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Correct spelling for HOSEING
We think the word hoseing 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 hoseing
- Hissing(Definition of hissing)
- Hazing(Definition of Hazing)
- Hosting(Definition of Hosting)
- Horsing(Definition of Horsing)
- Huzzaing(Definition of Huzzaing)
- Housing(Definition of housing)
- Hoeing(Definition of Hoeing)
But we're talking of our own state, whose political name has justly or unjustly become a hissing among the nations.
Other dogs of loyal cheer bounded at the whistle clear, up the woodside hieing: this dog only watched in reach of a faintly uttered speech, or a louder sighing.
Hussein heard not; and hussein is dead, his ears are closed for ever.
Sometimes they got up a sparring match, and occasionally hazing of the duller or less active of the crew was indulged in.
18 henry vi for the hosting of aliens, 1440 198
Now by the time all this had been accomplished-to wit, the arming and horsing of beaumains-lynette had gone so far upon her way that beaumains and axatalese were compelled to ride for two leagues and more at a very fast pace ere they could overtake her.
By and by we heard pumping, hosing, deck-washing, the paddling of bare feet to and fro, and all the familiar sounds of an early morning at sea. the ship, however, was motionless: we were lying stock-still.
So it had been left to the storage of human souls instead of merchandise, for valuable goods need careful housing, while any place serves to pack humanity.
You don't in the least resemble that girl i found hoeing in the garden.
As the weather seemed now quite settled and fine, and as i had got into the trade-winds, i set about preparations for hoisting the topsails.