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Correct spelling for HUSTEL
We think the word hustel 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 hustel
- Hostile(Definition of hostile)
- Hostler(Definition of hostler)
- Hostel(Definition of hostel)
- Hustle(Definition of hustle)
- Hurtle(Definition of hurtle)
The british generals could not seem to make up their minds that america was a hostile country.
He did not say that the room was in the stable where he was hostler, or that it was just six feet by eight when lawfully measured.
The name of warwick was in all men's mouths, and not a group gathered in market-place or hostel but what the minstrel who had some ballad in praise of the stout earl had a rapt and thrilling audience.
Ken, you hustle the pack-team back to our last night's camp.
Used to help me wit my hustle Down to pack straps and a cap if we had a tustle– Call It What You Want by wc
Several policemen hastened to her, and the girl was partly hustled and partly carried out of court, shrieking as she went.
As another means of locomotion the elevated possesses a rugged charm which is all its own, the serene pleasure of gazing into frowsy bedroom windows at elderly coloured ladies in bust bodices and flannel petticoats, being only equalled by the sudden thrill you experience when the two front carriages hurtle down into the street in flames.
Madame the patronne hustles about to see that the dinner is warm and nicely served; and henriette, who is waiting on them, none the less attentive, although she is late for her own dinner, which she will sit down to presently with madame the patronne, the good cook, and the other girls who serve the small tables.