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How to Pronounce maple?

Correct pronunciation for the word "maple" is [mˈe͡ɪpə͡l], [mˈe‍ɪpə‍l], [m_ˈeɪ_p_əl].

What are the misspellings for maple?

"Maple" in context

Maple is a type of tree native to North America, Asia, and Europe. It grows best in climates with cold winters and warm summers, with its distinctive five-lobed leaf and amber-colored sap. There are over 100 different species of maple, and they come in all shapes, sizes, and colors. It is best known for its vibrant oranges, reds, and yellows in the fall season. It is also an important timber species, used to make furniture and high-grade wood floors. The sap is also tapped and used to produce maple syrup, which is enjoyed around the world as an accompaniment to baking and cooking.

What are similar-sounding words for maple?

  • Mayble,
  • mabela,
  • MEPLA,
  • Maybelle,
  • MPLA,
  • MBLO,
  • MEPLO,
  • s-mobile,
  • mabiala,
  • mably,
  • MOBILEA,
  • MBLYA,
  • Mabel,
  • MOBL,
  • MPOLL,
  • Mabble,
  • MOBIL,
  • mbela,
  • meuble,
  • MAAppL,
  • Maple-s,
  • MMBBL,
  • MUPPLE,
  • mbale,
  • Maffle,
  • Maebelle,
  • Mabolo,
  • t-mobile,
  • Mable,
  • MIBEL,
  • mobley,
  • mobile,
  • MPLOA,
  • MBL,
  • maypole,
  • Maybel,
  • mobble,
  • MPL-II,
  • Mabelle,
  • mobilier,
  • mabley,
  • MEIPL,
  • MAPLE-DW,
  • WMPALA,
  • MBL2,
  • mabila,
  • MPUL,
  • MPEL,
  • mappila,
  • MPAIL,
  • mapple,
  • maybole,
  • mpilo,
  • N/MPL,
  • Moplah,
  • meppel,
  • mobilio,
  • MPL-L,
  • MHBWL,
  • MP@HL,
  • mayville,
  • MOPLL,
  • mbola,
  • mappilla,
  • mobula,
  • -mobile,
  • MEIBEL,
  • MUPLA,
  • Möbl,
  • MAPOLE,
  • mbele,
  • MIPUL,
  • MPLII,
  • Moble,
  • mayapple,
  • Maible,
  • mpahlwa,
  • Maybell.

Usage over time for maple:

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