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Correct spelling for HOSULD
We think the word hosuld 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 hosuld
- Held(Definition of held)
- Hold(Definition of hold)
- Hostile(Definition of hostile)
- Holt(Definition of Holt)
- Host(Definition of host)
- Sold(Definition of sold)
- Horsed(Definition of Horsed)
- Holed(Definition of holed)
- Hustle(Definition of hustle)
- Hostler(Definition of hostler)
- Hostel(Definition of hostel)
He held out a hand to o'malley.
Did they hold up the mail?"
Consequently, he could not have been so very hostile against them.
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.
Then, 'my good fellow,' he said to the host, 'her father has been dead these fifteen years.
Rushing forward she quickly hustled the youngsters out of the house, and banged the door on them.
"i've just sold one or two of my best ones," said prochnow.
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.
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.
Its crazy little cars had been hauled up by a cable wound on a drum with the motive force of a straining donkey-engine.
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.
"mebbe they won't hustle so fast toward the end of the job," said lois daggett.
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.
S.s. the 19th of august came, and our little harvest was all safely housed.
Only one really stormy incident occurred during winona's term at the hostel, and that had nothing to do with miss kelly.