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Correct spelling for HOSULD

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Possible correct spellings for hosuld

  • Hold
  • Did they hold up the mail?"

  • Howled
  • As the free steam shrieked and howled in its escape, the speed began to decrease, and in a few minutes more the danger was passed.

  • Tousled
  • The wind came down the lake and sent the waves in small splashes over the gray sea-wall and teased the bare elms along the wide, winding roadway, and tousled abner's abundant chestnut moustache and reddened his ruddy cheeks and nipped his vigorous nose-all as a reminder that january was here and ought not to be disregarded.

  • Hosed
  • Hassled
  • Holt
  • In the sydney, joseph holt, now discharged from restraint, visited van diemen's land, and contributed to its welfare by his agricultural and pastoral experience.

  • Hostile
  • Consequently, he could not have been so very hostile against them.

  • Hosted
  • Horsed
  • But when, looking full in the faces of the swift-horsed greeks, he shook it, and he himself besides shouted very loudly, then he checked the courage in their breasts, and they became forgetful of impetuous valour.

  • Housed
  • S.s. the 19th of august came, and our little harvest was all safely housed.

  • Hostler
  • But the most democratic of democrats in theory is just a little bit of an aristocrat in feeling-he doesn't like to be patted on the back by the hostler; much less does he like to be reprimanded by a stage-driver.

  • Sold
  • "i've just sold one or two of my best ones," said prochnow.

  • Held
  • He held out a hand to o'malley.

  • Hustled
  • Rushing forward she quickly hustled the youngsters out of the house, and banged the door on them.

  • Hostel
  • Only one really stormy incident occurred during winona's term at the hostel, and that had nothing to do with miss kelly.

  • Pro Creations
  • Hustle
  • "mebbe they won't hustle so fast toward the end of the job," said lois daggett.

  • Host
  • Then, 'my good fellow,' he said to the host, 'her father has been dead these fifteen years.

  • Holed
  • Hauled
  • Its crazy little cars had been hauled up by a cable wound on a drum with the motive force of a straining donkey-engine.

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