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Correct spelling for HOSBITLE
We think the word hosbitle 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 hosbitle
- Hospital(Definition of hospital)
- Subtle(Definition of subtle)
- Hastily(Definition of hastily)
- Hostler(Definition of hostler)
- Hustle(Definition of hustle)
- Hostel(Definition of hostel)
- Hosteler(Definition of Hosteler)
- Hostile(Definition of hostile)
"better get him off to the hospital at once," he said.
It is subtle and clear, like everything you write, but it is too minute.
"please tell me about-but, no, no," hastily.
His reverence subsequently condescended to act as horsekeeper, or hostler, at one of the inns in this city, and a few months ago was sent for to london, as a witness, in some marriage case, and is now set up as an author!
"come on, let's hustle and put the turtles away and go for a row.
This was the great hostel or lodging-house for the patients of condition who resorted to the healing springs, and nestled here and there among the rocks were cottages which accommodated, after a fashion, the poorer sort, who might drag themselves to the spot in the hope of washing away their rheumatic pains and other infirmities.
Position of the hostile fleets on the morning of the 23rd june 1795, when the headmost ships brought the rear of the enemy to action.