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Correct spelling for HOMESTLY
We think the word homestly is a misspelling. It could be just an incorrect spelling of the words which are suggested below. Review the list and pick the word which you think is the most suitable. For your convenience, we put a usage example below each word
Possible correct spellings for homestly
- Homestead(Definition of homestead)
- Honestly(Definition of honestly)
- Hostel(Definition of hostel)
- Hostler(Definition of hostler)
- Hastily(Definition of hastily)
- Mustily(Definition of Mustily)
- Mistily(Definition of mistily)
- Hostile(Definition of hostile)
- Mostly(Definition of mostly)
It took a woman; and she was going to see what she could do," she said to mrs. van buren, who was up at the homestead for a few days, and who looked aghast at her sister's proposition, that she should accompany her, and help her hunt up ethie.
Honestly, what manner of good do you think that you could do?
Every hostel was full and all the houses besides.
It was about eight o'clock, and the hostler, standing alone on the road in the front of the open door of the george and dragon, had just smoked his pipe out.
Ester set her down hastily, and went away.
Overhead, the sky of october was mistily blue, the autumn sunshine flooded upland and valley with a golden glory; in the air was that quietness, that sense of waiting and brooding, which marks an autumn day.
You seem to suppose that i am hostile to it.