What is the correct spelling for GOSTS?
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Correct spellings for GOSTS
- costs A thing of that kind usually costs four times as much as the man who starts it figures.
- Goats Numbers of cows and goats were driven through it-not a pleasant circumstance attending the walks here.
- casts I must hasten to add that there was nothing in it which casts the slightest reflection on madame's honor.
- posts Mr. Dainopoulos had filled many posts in his career.
- ghosts If the flood has not drowned out the ghosts , we will see one to-night.
- gusts I found a meaning I had not before caught in the complaining murmur of the night breeze blowing in small gusts along the rocky shore, and in the deep organ-like tremulous hum of the swell thundering miles distant on the northward-pointing cliffs.
- hosts But the hosts must be spirits.
- coasts Wales, like all Celtic countries, is a land of long sea-coasts, though there seems to be, save in the mountains of the north, less of mist and darkness and cloud effects than in Ireland and Scotland.
- joists The Giant appeared with his creel, and he carried her off, and set her to mind the cow and the house, and to make his porridge and to spin; and the little yellow-headed Peerie Folk appeared and asked her for some supper, and she refused to give it to them; and after that, she could not comb or card her wool, and the Giant was angry, and he scolded her, and beat her, and threw her up, half dead, on the joists beside her sister and the hens.
- jests For the former they had uncouth remarks and jests , but for the latter only the highest regard.
- guests Not broken, in fact, until there was the stir of some of the guests leaving.
- jousts But in these days there are no lists for the silent knights; there are no jousts where a man may express his declaration of love by tying a lady's colors to his arm, and breaking the bones of half a dozen gentlemen before her eyes.