Correct spelling for HOMLEY

We think the word homley 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 homley

  • Homely
  • "i reckon"-the homely word took the place of the yankee "guess" naturally, "i reckon you are-miss cynthia walden?"

  • Home
  • 10,804. was that for your own supplies at home?

  • Hole
  • The days and nights come and go, monotonous, unchanged; the same icy grey daylight, and never a human soul to speak to. across the valley a great solid mountain wall hems you in, and you gaze at it till it nearly drives you mad. if only one could bore a hole through it, and steal a glimpse of the world beyond, or could climb up to the topmost ridge and for a moment look far round to a wide horizon, and breathe freely once more.

  • Hormel
  • Holy
  • What a satire upon the "holy" character of this romish temple, this church of st. john!

  • Holly
  • When the time came to return to school, she received many pressing invitations to return to a home where she would always be welcome, and was able truthfully to assure the girls at holly house that lottie had been "an angel" to her throughout the holidays.

  • Homey
  • Although jerry's problem was very real, and she brought to its solution neither experience nor discipline, unselfish breadth nor spiritual trust, there was something in the homey atmosphere of "castle cluny" that seemed to smooth away the long day's wrinkles for her.

  • Homer
  • He would never have recognized isobel, homer crawford told himself.

  • Homily
  • Furthermore, she threw in a brief homily on the subject of the outrageous absurdity of turning herself into a sort of "hired woman" in the interests of a sepulcher whose whitewash was so obviously besmirched.

  • Holley
  • It did not surprise him to see joel creech there, cringing behind holley.

  • Homelier
  • While miss boyce was there the village kept away; and mrs. hurd was sometimes athirst, without knowing it, for homelier speech and simpler consolations than any marcella could give her.

  • Holey
  • "my good man, look here now!" answered mother, bristling, "well enough you know that all my stockings are very old and holey!"

  • Comely
  • What a comely young woman, is what i thought as i pressed hester's hands; and none of the ordinary sort either.

  • Haley
  • While they were enjoying themselves in this style, haley appeared on the verandah.

  • Hoyle