Lexicographical Neighbors of Hostly
Literary usage of Hostly
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Coaching Days and Coaching Ways by William Outram Tristram (1893)
"... In- u In -lei . appear like phantom chestnuts ; the I' ,nli i . ,in li,mils .een ; tin' hoir.e-, on each ,-i'ie i,f ;hc ".iv l""iu !;MHI ami ¡;hostly. ..."
2. The United States Democratic Review by Conrad Swackhamer (1854)
""My friend—thoug hostly philosopher—immortal shade— brother of the "Wise—Friend of the Centuries—leave me not," I cried, bewildered to find a suitable title ..."
3. The Secrets of the Hohenzollerns by Armgaard Karl Graves (1915)
"With a roar of applause the hostly injunction was obeyed. Nor was the Prince the last to join the fun. All this may seem very shocking to those not. ..."