Correct spelling for HOSTGE

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Possible correct spellings for hostge

  • Hustle(Definition of hustle)
  • "hustle him up immediately, my good fellow.

  • Hoist(Definition of hoist)
  • The question was finally referred to the british foreign office, which in deference to a law of panama forbidding all private display of alien flags, supported the position of the consul, but refrained from expressing any opinion on the right of an english citizen to hoist the union jack in foreign parts.

  • Haste(Definition of haste)
  • Sure enough, the coach-and-six stopped at the gate of the castle, and the second princess came running down to the cottage to tell her sister to make haste, because it was waiting for her.

  • Hoisted
  • The anchor is already being hoisted, and in a few moments you are under way.

  • Free-Spirited
  • Is it desirable to have an important part of the labor of a people founded on ownership? is it worth while to have an example in a large class of the population of manual work that is free-spirited, and not dominated by class interest and time-service? is it essential to social progress that a day's work shall be full measure?

  • Hostess(Definition of hostess)
  • What are you talking about, my fair hostess?

  • Hostages
  • Hester
  • "i am very glad for you and papa, mother dear," answered hester.

  • Hast(Definition of Hast)
  • "they will have nothing to do with thee," she whispered, "when they see that thou hast a sister with a sheep's head."

  • Hosted
  • Host(Definition of host)
  • And as for little jim, he could hang up his own cap when his host showed him where.

  • Postage(Definition of postage)
  • Send 6 cents postage for each pamphlet.

  • Hosting(Definition of Hosting)
  • Hostler(Definition of hostler)
  • "i must see the liveryman," he told the girl, and when he had sent the hostler for him the proprietor came out.

  • Hosts
  • Stage(Definition of stage)
  • That's the second stage; that's 'tastin'.

  • Hst
  • Hostel(Definition of hostel)
  • When nightfall was come they fared to the hostel of the duke's niece, for her dwelling was near at hand.

  • Hist(Definition of Hist)
  • Hist it on a stick in the middle.

  • Hosed
  • Hostile(Definition of hostile)
  • She seemed in too hostile a mood to answer.