Correct spelling for HUSTAL

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Possible correct spellings for hustal

  • Distal
  • The prehensile antennae were not in a good state of preservation: the disc is narrower than the basal segment, and only slightly pointed, in which important respect it differs from the same part in the foregoing species; at its distal end, rather on the inner side, there are two or three spines, apparently in place of the excessively minute hairs, which are found at the same spot in some or in all the other species of scalpellum, and in ibla: similar strong spines occur in pollicipes.

  • Festal
  • The gleams of festal splendor seemed interwoven with the laborious bustle on the quay like scraps of gold thread in a dull work-a-day garment.

  • Hastily
  • Rohritz turns hastily; their eyes meet in the moonlight.

  • Horsetail
  • He and jose and manuel had divided the reward money they had received for capturing the horsetail thieves, and francisco felt very proud of his share of it. he and elena had counted it over and over, and planned how each peso should be spent.

  • Hospital
  • This is a lovely hospital, it will hold over 500 beds; it was an university before the war; the art rooms on the top floor are splendid.

  • Host
  • I took leave of my friends, who rose respectfully to make their adieux to the honored guest of the host, and i followed the servant to the house.

  • Hostel
  • The students of the hostel, where phailna was a boarder, were greatly amused by raicharan's country manners, and i have to confess that behind his father's back phailna joined in their fun.

  • Hostile
  • We had been spared attack on the rapids, so it wasn't impossible that a group, not hostile, was simply watching our progress-maybe even aware that we were on a peaceful mission.

  • Hostler
  • They finally took the hostler off and put a cobbler on, who came in last.

  • Hurtle
  • Hustle
  • Huston
  • Postal
  • Stael
  • Stale
  • Stall
  • Steal
  • Vestal
  • Hast
  • Right nobly hast thou fought thy battles in the past, oh, my lord!

  • Hist
  • "that i have fallen into the power of a miscreant-" "hist!

  • Hurst
  • Hustled
  • Hustles
  • Hst
  • Stol
  • Renew One's Strength