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  • able She had not been able to keep up the fight; she had followed Lans and-but no!
  • addle Brennan also envisioned a self-destructive device that would addle the heart of the machine at the touch of a button, perhaps booby-traps fitted like burglar alarms that would ruin the machine at the first touch of an untrained hand.
  • ale "Four ale," he said, with a hard laugh; "and when I asked 'im-just for the look of the thing, and to give 'im a hint-whether he'd 'ave another, he said 'yes.
  • antler And when the days were warm enough, Antler let them go out and play.
  • aptly "Still," he consented, when Barnes insisted that it would be a kindness to him, "since you put it that way, I dare say I could do with a little snack, as you so aptly put it.
  • ate We have just finished dinner-much the most amusing dinner I ever ate.
  • atelier She saw that he was now more intent on her than he had been on Miss Schley, and she got up to go, feeling more cheerful than she had since she left the atelier of "Cupido."
  • atilt In the environments of Charleston he roamed with his Nature-worshipping mother, who taught him the beauties of clouds and trees and streams and flowers, the glory of the changeful pageantry of the sky, the exquisite grace of the bird atilt on a swaying branch.
  • atoll Although this classification is useful from being obvious, and from including most of the coral-reefs existing in the open sea, it admits of a more fundamental division into barrier and atoll-formed reefs on the one hand, where there is a great apparent difficulty with respect to the foundation on which they must first have grown; and into fringing-reefs on the other, where, owing to the nature of the slope of the adjoining land, there is no such difficulty.
  • attar Hope was triumphant through the land, roses advanced to double their price: the attar was adulterated to meet the exorbitant demand; and nightingales were almost worshipped; but this could not last.
  • attila Attila the Hun came this way with his hordes, checked and broken at last, as centuries later, not far away, 100,000 Germans were checked and broken by Dumouriez and the French army of 1792 on the plain of Valmy.
  • attire "I blushed whenever I met any one in that attire which I fancied gave me the appearance of a scarecrow.
  • attlee As reports came in of the devastation caused by the atomic bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, Attlee considered how nuclear weapons had changed the nature of warfare and international relations.
  • attune
  • battle
  • battler
  • bottle
  • cattle
  • fettle
  • idle
  • kettle
  • little
  • mettle
  • mottle
  • nettle
  • o'toole
  • rattle
  • rattler
  • seattle
  • settle
  • tale
  • tattle
  • tattler
  • tile
  • title
  • tittle
  • wattle
  • Tole
  • Adler This man is Gerhardt Adler."
  • Artie Chicago has several novelists of her own: for example, Mr. Henry Fuller, author of The Cliff Dwellers, Mr. Will Payne, and that close student of Chicago slang, Mr. George Ade, the author of Artie.
  • Adele In the evening we reached St. Pierre; but during the four hours that had elapsed since we left Moulin we had made way, and Adele had become quite familiar with me.
  • ATTN
  • ATTY
  • ITAL
  • Mattel
  • it'll

23 words made from the letters attle

3 letter words made from attle:

alt, ate, eat, lat, let, ale, tea, lea, eta, tet, tat.

4 letter words made from attle:

5 letter words made from attle:

tatel, latte, ettal, talet.

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