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Correct spelling for HOSITAGE

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Possible correct spellings for hositage

  • Hostages
  • Their first step was to rise on the commons, most of whom they secured; their next to steal their hostages from lemnos; after which they revolted, gave up the athenian garrison left with them and its commanders to pissuthnes, and instantly prepared for an expedition against miletus.

  • Postage(Definition of postage)
  • You are in communication with him by letter, as i happened to notice when i did you that trifling service of providing a postage-stamp.

  • Heritage(Definition of heritage)
  • "the hope of finding subsistence in the heritage of my ancestors made me go back to germany, where unhappily the death of my brothers, my absence, the disorder of war, of law, and a faithless administration, have prevented, at least during my lifetime, all that i could hope.

  • Stage(Definition of stage)
  • One, they never could be sure that we didn't have the second-stage drive.

  • Hostile(Definition of hostile)
  • As she recognised this fact lady holme felt hostile to miss schley.

  • Hosting(Definition of Hosting)
  • So he sent out the tokens and bade an hosting at his chief city, and when all was ready he said farewell to his wife and her babe unborn, and went his ways to battle once more: but fierce was his heart against the foemen, that they had dragged him away from his love and his joy.

  • Hermitage(Definition of hermitage)
  • For, finding that martyrdom was out of the question, she proposed to her ever-ready brother that they should become hermits, and for days the two children worked away trying to build a hermitage near their father's house.

  • Free-Spirited
  • In her schemes for the aggrandizement of algernon, she was greatly assisted by uncle alfred, who loved the handsome, free-spirited boy for his own sake, as well as for a certain degree of resemblance, which he fancied existed between them in mental as well as personal endowments.

  • Hesitate(Definition of hesitate)
  • Mrs. hawthorne appeared to hesitate.

  • Wastage(Definition of wastage)
  • He was appalled by the wastage of his city years, by the cheapness, now, of the philosophies of the schools and books, of the clever cynicism of the studio and editorial room, of the cant of the business men in their clubs.

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