Correct spelling for HOSTAIL

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Possible correct spellings for hostail

  • Horsetail(Definition of horsetail)
  • Six or seven men were lounging about the door or in the shop, talking very loud, with every now and then a word from abel, who was busily employed alternately hammering out shoes on the anvil, and fitting them to the horses' feet; while squinting billy spike, a rather ungainly lad, an apprentice to the smith, was keeping off the flies with a horsetail fastened to the end of a stick.

  • Steamrolled
  • Nebraskas wrath toward the big 10 was not completed yet, as the cornhuskers steamrolled minnesota 54-0 in a dominating defeat of the golden gophers.

  • Hastily(Definition of hastily)
  • "you have had something brought in," said the doctor, hastily.

  • Postal(Definition of postal)
  • I frankly confess to you, what you probably guessed from my last postal card, that your request to me to try to brighten their life in paris for two of your countrywomen did not afford me much pleasure.

  • Steamings
  • "by blowing steam directly into the tunnels the soil is kept moist; the steam has a penetrating effect, and permeates all parts of the bed, giving a uniform heat throughout; this moist steam keeps up a continual fermentation of the manure mulch, thus giving heat, and only occasional brief steamings are necessary.

  • Hostel(Definition of hostel)
  • Then he departed from the port and came straight to marseilles, wherein he sojourned eight days in the hostel of sir robin and john, which hight the french house.

  • Steamrolling
  • Hostile(Definition of hostile)
  • Classes were dying out; the yeomanry, the nobility, the small tradesmen, would soon be no more; and society was drawn up in two widely separated hostile camps, the large capitalist class or bourgeoisie, who had all the property and power in the country, and the labouring class, the proletariat, who had nothing of either.