Correct spelling for TAKLE

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Possible correct spellings for takle

  • Tale(Definition of tale)
  • Her eyes, half glad, half shy, wholly tell-tale, fall before his own.

  • Kale(Definition of kale)
  • Those on lord macartney's estate at lissanore have their acre, which they cultivate in divisions with oats, potatoes, kale, and a little flax; with this they have besides the full pasturage of a cow all the year upon a large waste, not overstocked, and a comfortable cabin to inhabit, for which each pays the rent of three pounds.

  • Tile(Definition of tile)
  • You may have noticed the urchins at their game: a bit of tile, and a variety of compartments to pass it through to the base, hopping.

  • Talker(Definition of talker)
  • My brother-in-law's friend, mr. cowan, was a great talker, and a good one, but he scarcely allowed me a fair share.

  • Tail(Definition of tail)
  • "and here is a little fish for what we'll take to-day," added twinkle tail.

    I will smash your windows n burn your mail I tied 10 knots on the devils tail

    – 10 knots by D.A.D.
  • Tickle(Definition of tickle)
  • The harpoon hath no tickle for thee.

  • Talky
  • Moreover, he was talky, aggressive, and more inclined to be heard and felt.

  • Gale(Definition of gale)
  • I long to share my woods with thee, to fly to some black-hearted forest where the trail of mortals lingers not,-to hear the gale.

  • Tackles
  • And as they drift off jonesey tackles a slice of lunch-room pie placid.

  • Talkie
  • The security man's walkie-talkie under his shoulder made a buzzing sound.

  • Taker(Definition of taker)
  • His face was pale and his lips quivered a little as he continued: "ten spot is the worst of dunlavey's set," he said; "a dangerous, reckless taker of human life.

  • Table(Definition of table)
  • Peter rose suddenly from the table-they faced one another.

  • Talc(Definition of talc)
  • I suppose, unless you are a sort of sherlock holmes of physiognomy, you can't map out a woman's face by a mere glimpse of eyes through a triangular bit of talc, already somewhat damaged by exposure to sun and wind.

  • Tangle(Definition of tangle)
  • He could catch but tantalizing glimpses of it in the young growth along the edge of the pond, and presently it disappeared altogether behind a tangle of fallen brush.

  • Talk(Definition of talk)
  • I-let's not-let's not talk!"

  • Taller
  • "he is an inch and a half taller.

  • Tali(Definition of Tali)
  • The marriage badge, for example, is the tamil tali and not the bottu.

  • Tall(Definition of tall)
  • The inspector went to the tall corner-cupboard and opened it.

  • Tickler(Definition of tickler)
  • "if that's the case," he said darkly, "maybe mankind deserves the tickler."

  • Taken(Definition of taken)
  • These when once put on are never taken off again.

  • Toke
  • Ther was mony a bolde lad theire bodys to bede: 55 than thei toke theire leve and hamwarde thei zede, and alle the weke afterward thei graythed her wede, tille hit come to the day that thei shulde do thaire dede.

  • Takes
  • First, there's a gentleman who takes a rifle for a fowling-piece.

  • Tackled
  • You and i tackled the old boer and you got wounded.

  • Take(Definition of take)
  • I am your wife, and you shall never take that from me!

  • Tole(Definition of Tole)
  • When i give him your note, he looked dreadful cut up, and tole me miss ellie had all the care and 'tention in the world, but nothin' couldn't save her.

  • Tackler(Definition of tackler)
  • The eli succeeded in this, only to crash directly into the arms of a second harvard tackler, who bore him to the sodden earth on the blue's fifteen-yard stripe.

  • Tackle(Definition of tackle)
  • Hammond had replaced her left-tackle and left half with fresh men, and, when the whistle blew, went at the work again as though she meant business.

  • Tinkle(Definition of tinkle)
  • She was seated that afternoon at her desk in the sitting-room upstairs when she heard the tinkle of the door-bell, and remembered her neighbour's promise to call.

  • Tyke(Definition of tyke)
  • A little later, and he walks out of the inn, the tailless tyke at his heels.

  • Talley
  • <b> findings of the court of claims in the case of robert talley v. the u. s. march 9, 1892.

  • Dale(Definition of dale)
  • Come, mr dale, we understand one another.