What is the correct spelling for ARIBLE?
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Correct spellings for ARIBLE
- abel All appeared plain and simple on the surface, and Judy, as well as Abel, was honestly of the opinion that she understood perfectly the situation and that the passionate refusal of her heart was the only element that threatened the conventional security of appearances.
- able "I have not been able to do that yet," I answered.
- ably Such points as these have of late been ably argued by Norman Angell in his remarkable book, The Great Illusion, and for the most part convincingly illustrated.
- adorable Don't fancy that I am a princess in disguise, or a great lady reduced to earn my living in this way, she replied, with an adorable smile, merely because of some good qualities you think you have discovered in me.
- aerial And also regard the wonderful achievements in the aerial world, the art of flying by men....
- airily Observe with what ease I manage to say 'Sophy' already," he said airily.
- amble The obstinate horse went off at an accommodating amble under the sweet sway of gentleness, while the obedient pony followed at a brisk trot which nearly shook all the little strength that Tom Brixton possessed out of his wasted frame.
- amiable His agreeable voice and his amiable smile had no charm for her.
- arab The disposition for brigandage in the soul of the Arab was a proverb of Jewish antiquity.
- arable Land use: arable land: 27% permanent crops: 0% meadows and pastures: 32% forest and woodland: 1% other: 40%
- Abler Let the wisest in the company, and not the weakest, have most of the discourse: but yet if any one that is of an abler tongue than the rest, do make any determinations in doubtful, controverted points, take heed of a hasty receiving his judgment, let his reasons seem never so plausible or probable; but put down all such opinions as doubts, and move them to your teachers, or some other impartial, able men, before you entertain them.