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  • abbe He owed much of his good fortune to his connections with the Abbe Terrai, of whose ignorance he did not scruple to profit.
  • abel "Don't, Abel," she said quickly, and her voice broke and died in her throat.
  • able They are so far from me now that I am able to speak of them as if they were not mine at all!"
  • ably Cox was ably seconded in his opinion by his wife.
  • ale They drank ale, played chess and talked until it was afternoon.
  • amble If every calf should amble right out, marked with its own name and the name of its owner, what a sight, what a sight it would be!
  • arable You will find it expressing itself in the intensive methods of agriculture, through which scarcely a square inch of arable land is permitted to lie fallow,-through which, for example, even the shade trees by the roadside furnish fruit as well as shade, and are annually rented for their fruit value to industrious members of the community,-and it is said in one section of Germany that the only people known to steal fruit from these trees along the lonely country roads are American tourists, who, you will see, also have their peculiar standards of conduct.
  • babel Attention to business did not keep him from losing a large share of his fortune, however, in this mercantile venture, and for a while he was so completely lost in the London Babel as to have passed out of sight and mind of his old admirers.
  • bale You, Jim, and Simpson, get to work, and break out that bale and as much else as you can get at, and rouse it out on deck.
  • cable This affair is between Mrs. Cable and me.
  • eagle At first I was doubtful in what direction they were going, but I was soon convinced that they were riding directly towards the spot where we lay, and that our chance of escape from their eagle-eyes was small indeed.
  • earl "Yes-I told him exactly when we should be back," replied the Earl.
  • easel Arthur couldn't build anything stronger than an artist's easel.
  • eatable The meat won't be eatable.
  • edible And the toast was like thin strips of edible gold, so that both Hugh and Hildegarde declared King Midas could not have had such a bad time of it after all, if he had a cook anything like Auntie.
  • elbe They were conveyed to the old castle of Haarburg on the left bank of the Elbe, and these men, who had been accustomed to all the comforts of life, were deprived even of necessaries, and had only straw to lie on.
  • enable In spite of all that has happened, you are the only one in whom I have any confidence, who can understand me, and give me a promise which will enable me to die in peace."
  • equable At that instant a song, fresh as the evening breeze, pure as the sky, equable as the color of the ocean, rose above the murmur of the waves, to cast its charm over Nature herself.
  • fable But they were legendary beings of a fable long ago.
  • gable After that she had less to say when the east wind came and blew under her gable and rattled at her door.
  • label Fortunately, the stove was always set upright on its four gilded feet, an injunction to that effect having been affixed to its written label, and on its gilded feet it stood now in the small dark curiosity-shop of one Hans Rhilfer.
  • sable They shoved me to one side and through the passage made for him came the Jew in the sable coat, Mr. Adolph Meyer.
  • table At the time she got up from the table she went out.
  • unable He was dead, yet alive, unable to move or feel, yet standing and seeing.
  • usable As a matter of fact, the principal source of energy usable on the surface of our planet is the sun.
  • Abler These considerations with slight differences in details are now practically admitted among the abler apologists, with the result that, as Huxley claimed, the New Testament, like the Old, must be treated as literature rather than as Dogma.
  • Ebola Through commissioning targeted special issues, International Affairs has diversified its coverage of disciplines to reflect the changing times; including topics such as bio-diversity, global health crises such as HIV/AIDS and Ebola, and UK-EU relations.
  • Abe Abe Hawley's all O.K.-I've seen him over at Dingan's Drive.
  • Mabel But will Mabel like it?
  • Earle What's the matter, Earle?
  • Mable
  • enabler

25 words made from the letters eable

5 letter words made from eable:

albee, abele, abeel.

4 letter words made from eable:

able, bele, bael, elbe, abel, bale, leeb, beel, lebe, eble, ebel, elea, alee, blae.

3 letter words made from eable:

ale, lea, alb, eel, lab, bee, lee, bel.

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