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Possible correct spellings for hos

  • Hods
  • Messenger oh! 'twas a truly clever invention; the geese used their feet like spades; they buried them in the pile of mortar and then emptied them into the hods.

  • Hod(Definition of hod)
  • I hain't afeared o' the likes o' hod hawkins!

  • Unnoteworthy
  • Hons
  • Has(Definition of Has)
  • Your mother has killed you.

  • Hon
  • Cos
  • The moment yetta had left the office mabel telephoned to mrs. karner at her country home at cos-cob-on-the-sound.

  • Hop(Definition of hop)
  • Hot(Definition of hot)
  • Dos
  • The farsa dos fisicos has no such extraneous matter: it confines itself to the lovelorn priest and the contrast between the four doctors.

  • How(Definition of how)
  • Os(Definition of os)
  • Hov
  • Hes
  • It is right, therefore, that you should be the first to learn also of ayesha, hesea and spirit of the mountain, the priestess of that oracle which since the time of alexander the great has reigned between the flaming pillars in the sanctuary, the last holder of the sceptre of hes or isis upon the earth.

  • Hobs
  • You do not require that i should tell you that when you have no oven you can easily roast your potatoes by placing them on the hobs, bars, and under the fire-grate; and if you are attentive to their being well roasted, by turning them about now and then, so that they may be done all over alike, you need not be deprived of a baked potato for the want of an oven.

  • Hms
  • Pitcairn islands blue with the flag of the uk in the upper hoist-side quadrant and the pitcairn islander coat of arms centered on the outer half of the flag; the green, yellow, and blue of the shield represents the island rising from the ocean; the green field features a yellow anchor surmounted by a bible (both the anchor and the bible were items found on the hms bounty); sitting on the crest is a pitcairn island wheelbarrow from which springs a slip of miro (a local plant)

  • Hhs
  • 4631 would amend the public health service act to reauthorize research, surveillance, and education activities related to autism spectrum disorders (autism) conducted by various agencies within the united states department of health and human services (hhs).

  • Hosp
  • Ohs
  • Hob(Definition of hob)
  • To proceed, then: to avoid these difficulties it is usual to thread the dies with a hob or master tap of a diameter equal to twice the depth of the thread, larger than the size of bolt the dies are to thread.

  • Hog(Definition of hog)
  • I vos vaitin' for answer ven a yankee rides oop, an' looks me all ofer like i vos a hog.

  • Hops
  • Hrs
  • Hts
  • Mos
  • Hols
  • Hos
  • Hoes
  • Over this vat four men work continually, two with rakes, two with hoes, kneading half a ton or more of explosive dough to the proper consistency.

  • Hogs
  • Hogs are raised for ceremonial consumption.

  • Hose(Definition of hose)
  • His(Definition of His)
  • I have never forgotten his name or his kindness."

  • Sos(Definition of sos)
  • Hus
  • Hs
  • Hots
  • Host(Definition of host)
  • Nos
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