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Correct spelling for HSORT
We think the word hsort 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 hsort
His host told him of his neighbours; and explained how it was that he enjoyed such liberty as he did.
And for all he's homely enough to stop traffic, his face sorta lives up to his name.
He had come in one evening after a hot ride alone over to tonbridge on some business with the priest there; and had dressed for supper immediately on coming in.
I euer had that hart?
In that short time he must meet heavy obligations, pay off his notes, buy blount's stock and purchase the mine; and if anything should happen-if the hoist should break down, the mill blow up, the market for tungsten fail-well, he could kiss the paymaster good-by.
Ravissante! her beauty was nature's own, and she had the loveliest, longest, narrowest feet ever shod and silken hosed by audet, and as lovely out of the silken hose as in.
The curved line of the horizon could scarcely be divined, the expanse of houses, which nothing bounded, appeared like a chaos of stone, studded with stagnant pools, which filled the hollows with pale steam; whilst against them the summits of the edifices, the housetops of the loftier streets, showed black like soot.
E. h. glllett, hist.
Squire of hurst leigh!
I never see'd him myself, nor any one that ever had sot eyes on him; but the old indgians have see'd him and know him well.
It was probably fancy, or maybe the hoot of an owl to its mate, said our jovial companion, dick buntin, who never allowed any matter to disturb him, if he could help it, while engaged in stowing away his food.
You will see the sort!
Hast thou any work for me to do?
I've hurt you so often-i'm going to be better, peter.
When my day comes i'll last one short and terrible hour.