Correct spelling for RENEWEBLE

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Possible correct spellings for reneweble

  • Grenoble
  • I ain't sold a leather-bound yit, not even in grenoble.

  • Venerable(Definition of venerable)
  • The highest praise is due to captain hood, the officers, and men of the venerable, for their spirit and gallantry in this action, which entitled them to better success.

  • Knowable(Definition of knowable)
  • Meredith, poet and novelist, falls back upon communion with nature; he preaches the doctrine of duty, of working while the light lasts; he is a high moralist who accepts stoically the conclusion that nothing beyond terrestrial existence is knowable.

  • Enable(Definition of enable)
  • "but why not give them all an opportunity of educacation, to enable them to read the bible and books and papers.

  • Tenable(Definition of tenable)
  • As i have traveled in an untrodden path, i do not know but that i may have erred in some minor points, but am satisfied that my general positions are sound and tenable.

  • Enfeeble(Definition of enfeeble)
  • Mere antiquarianism, dr arnold justly observes, is calculated to contract and enfeeble the understanding.

  • Renewals
  • It took a long time and many renewals to supply them all; but blair would not move till it was done, nor until every one had had a drink of water.

  • Redeemable(Definition of redeemable)
  • The yawning rifts in the state had received an emergency stuffing of new loans and paper issues, and subsequent finance ministers had grown pale to find themselves faced with a floating consolidated debt redeemable at an early date, whose total was scandalously large for the total number of heads of the population.

  • Renewed(Definition of renewed)
  • 115, 116; renewed in 1638, v.

  • Resemble(Definition of resemble)
  • In general arrangement and appearance, however, the vatican library must closely resemble its imperial predecessors.

  • Renewable(Definition of renewable)
  • Bio-chemistry - lister institute of preventive medecine - l150 for 1 year, renewable for a 2nd year.

  • Ennoble(Definition of ennoble)
  • Though we purify our consciousness and ennoble our thoughts, though we strive to render life softer and sweeter for those who are near us, all our efforts halt at our threshold, and have no influence on what lies outside our door; and the moment we leave our home we feel that we have done nothing, that there is nothing for us to do, and that we are taking part, ourselves notwithstanding, in the great anonymous injustice.

  • Referable(Definition of referable)
  • I do not mean to take the col de bonhomme as representative of hills, any more than i would take romney marsh as representative of plains; but putting leicestershire or staffordshire fairly beside westmoreland, and lombardy or champagne fairly beside the pays de vaud or the canton berne, i find the increase in the calculable sum of elements of beauty to be steadily in proportion to the increase of mountainous character; and that the best image which the world can give of paradise is in the slope of the meadows, orchards, and corn-fields on the sides of a great alp, with its purple rocks and eternal snows above; this excellence not being in any wise a matter referable to feeling, or individual preferences, but demonstrable by calm enumeration of the number of lovely colours on the rocks, the varied grouping of the trees, and quantity of noble incidents in stream, crag, or cloud, presented to the eye at any given moment.

  • Renewal(Definition of renewal)
  • But in the interval an event happens which makes the renewal of old relations impossible.

  • Newel(Definition of newel)
  • Lottie pilgrim was standing under the hall burners with her elbow on the newel-post, looking more vividly charming than he had ever seen her before at mrs. cramcroud's sociable or elsewhere.

  • Nonrenewable
  • World: the rapid using up of nonrenewable mineral resources, the depletion of forest areas and wetlands, the extinction of animal and plant species, and the deterioration in air and water quality (especially in eastern europe, the former ussr, and china) pose serious long-term problems that governments and peoples are only beginning to address