Correct spelling for ABLE
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Possible correct spellings for able
- abbe The Abbe came to my room a few hours before it commenced: he found the door locked.
- abel Every one called him Abel Cain Weevil.
- able You should be able to find him over at Mess Three.
- ably He was ably seconded by the young princess of Schyll-Weilingen,-by marriage countess of Fohrendorf, duchess of Graatli, in central Germany, by which title she passed,-an Austrian princess; she who had loved Giacomo, and would have given all for him, and who now loved his widow.
- ale And champagne is supplied in advertising bottles which "pop" and sparkle none the less realistically because the content is merely ginger ale.
- amble Men, women and children watched our chosen animals amble out of Salt Creek.
- axle A is a working fit on the shaft S, and carries three pinions E pivoted upon their axes P. F is a bevel-gear, a working fit on S, while C is a similar gear fast to S. The pinions B, D are to drive gears on the wheels of the engine, the wheels being a working fit on the axle.
- bale It was important to destroy the bridge of Bale, because the Rhine once crossed masses of the enemy would be thrown into France.
- cable "Or one's father," added James Bansemer, who was passing at that instant with Mrs. Cable.
- fable Sometimes he got a little fun, very, very kindly, out of their excuses and reasons; and the Englishman who came to see him because there were no ruins to visit in America was no fable, as I can testify from the poet himself.
- gable The west door of Saint Sulpice, resting on a stepped foundation, formed a solemn end to this humble space, and the great gable flanked by turrets threatened the huddled tenements of the craftsmen.
- sable All Russia goes without trousers and for your rifle I should receive a sable and what use to me is one skin?"
- table I want a table to write at, for one thing.
- Abler It would be arrogance in me to attempt a full answer to a question that has engaged the attention of many abler heads and better hearts than mine, but there are some things which have already been said by others, that cannot be too frequently repeated.
- Abe "You don't know my voice, Abe.
- Mable I got some news for you, Mable.
10 words made from the letters able
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