What is the correct spelling for HAISTLY?

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Correct spellings for HAISTLY

  • chastely And so Paul gaue ouer a scandalous and incestuous person vnto the diuell, that he might be induced to forsake his sin, liue chastely heereafter, and be an edifying example to those whom he had offended: and this kinde of discipline was more soueraigne, then any other could haue beene, because mans nature abhorreth Sathan, and trembleth with feare once to conceiue that he should fall into his power and hands, and this is that which he writeth, aduising the Corinthians to deliuer him vnto Sathan, for the destruction of the flesh, that the spirit may be saued in the day of the Lord Iesus, 1. Cor 5. 5. And in this sort he speaketh of two other deceiuers and blasphemers, Hymenaus and Alexander, I haue deliuered them vnto Sathan, that they may learne not to blaspheme, 1. Timothie 1. 20. therfore this giuing ouer, was not to destruction, but for correction.
  • ghastly The answer came in a ghastly flash.
  • haste There is reason for this haste . But a love can be misplaced Have i compromised my people? In my passion and my haste? I could be his life companion – A Step Too Far (Aida) by Elton John
  • hastily He jerked out reluctantly: "I'm not so sure-perhaps I spoke too-too hastily .
  • hasty But the wish, of which her mother was ignorant, remained unfulfilled, for Barbara, scarcely able to control her voice in her embarrassment, hurriedly replied that while with the lady in waiting she would no longer be her own mistress, pressed a hasty kiss upon the innocent child's brow, released herself from her embrace, and rushed through the door, which Wolf was holding open for her, into the street.
  • hazily He thought hazily of ghosts; and was surprised how swiftly he could see the image of an appropriate and local ghost, one with a face as white as Pierrot's, but patched with black.
  • heist
  • hoist
  • hostel
  • hotly
  • hustle
  • lastly
  • moistly
  • vastly
  • Hast Thou hast ceased to know thy own nature.
  • Hist
  • hairstyle Bob, a slang term in Great Britain for the shilling Bob, short for bobsleigh or bobsled Bob cut, a hairstyle Bobs your uncle

180 words made from the letters HAISTLY