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Correct spelling for HOSTITAL
We think the word hostital 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 hostital
- Hesitate(Definition of hesitate)
- Hastily(Definition of hastily)
- Hostel(Definition of hostel)
- Hostile(Definition of hostile)
- Horsetail(Definition of horsetail)
- Hospital(Definition of hospital)
"probably," answered i. "then why hesitate?
As we emerged, the crowd in our wake broke the line, and tried to pursue us; either hostilely or through eagerness to see what it meant.
"there, there," said the colonel hastily.
Not far from marlborough is devizes, formerly a great coaching centre, and full of inns, of which the most noted is the "bear," still a thriving hostel, once the home of the great artist sir thomas lawrence, whose father was the landlord.
Whatever their intentions might have been, whether hostile or the reverse, they made not the slightest attempt at concealment.
But, just as he had singled out, as his probable captor, one peculiarly unattractive-looking horseman, whose crimson sheepskin coat and long horsetail plume were streaming in the wind, and just as he had braced himself to meet the onset against the great "loess," or dirt-cliff, he felt a twitch at his black upper robe, and a low voice-a girl's, he was confident-said quickly:
Ailill and meave hosted the men of the west at cruacan.
Case 3 is also that of a boy in an hospital.