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Correct spelling for HSOTS
We think the word hsots 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 hsots
- Hostess(Definition of hostess)
- Shots(Definition of Shots)
- Host(Definition of host)
- Costs(Definition of costs)
Do you only sell hats?
A smell of smoke and steam, a horrid din as of a thousand clanking chains that pin a thousand giants that are whipped and howl,- and, suddenly, long hoots as of an owl.
And it sets me wondering, when people talk about sorrow, and the weariness of the world.
"these old chinese ghosts caused the trouble once and they can cause it again," he muttered; and striking the instrument softly, the music for the fourth time went on its way quivering, its rear entering the world first....
"i'll help you dig the holes for the posts and all.
All day mrs. ralston sits beside him.
It seems somehow to be connected with all sorts of things-here."
Well, my secret could not be in safer keeping, i feel assured, than in thine, my kind hostess.
Of course, you don't get much milk out of her again, but-" the room to which their hosts guided them was at the far end of the hall.
I figure that we ought to take no more long shots than we have to.
It hurts a good deal, and the doctor hits precious hard, but the pain soon goes off, and it will only please old rebble if you seem to mind."
"now help yourself and go ahead, old chap," his host declared.
The horse will make far better reading, though i daresay i ought to work in a few costs of things.