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Correct spellings for PAYBALE

  • able I might have been able to help you.
  • bale "Now you can bale a bit," he said.
  • cabal He brought with him to the camp at Cambridge two who were ambitious to displace him, yet of Lee and Gates, both retired English officers, the first never won a personal following, and the second achieved but the meagre dignity of leadership of a cabal.
  • cable We'll cable it ourselves to the United States.
  • capable He had not expected this from Tommy, had not believed him capable of it.
  • fable The first, however, struck us at once with the origin of the fable formerly adopted, of the birds of paradise wanting legs, and sufficiently explained that circumstance.
  • gable 12. See where they sit under the hall's gable, as if to shun thee: the pillar stands before them."
  • pale Elsie was very pale.
  • papal Coloured glass is mentioned, which may have been used either for coats of arms-and we know that the Papal Arms were to be set up in the Bibliotheca secreta-or for subjects.
  • parable We Jews are a parable people.
  • parboil Or parboil, and then cover them with crumbs, herbs, and seasoning, and brown them in a Dutch oven.
  • passable They carried baskets of fruit over such roads and down such precipices as were scarcely passable by any creatures except goats, and over which we could scarcely scramble with the help of our hands.
  • payable 2595. The lines bear to be payable in goods?
  • payola
  • pebble Yes, a pebble; a very pebble, a common pebble.
  • playbill There was, besides, another drawback unfortunately in that, during the eighteenth century, the part of Lady Macduff dropped out of the playbill, thus removing from the play the one person in it whose presence was necessary for the proper understanding of Lady Macbeth's character.
  • pliable After the fine sorts have been pounded in a rice-mortar, in order to render the fiber soft and pliable, they are severally knotted into one another, and converted into web.
  • potable
  • puebla Puebla resisted not, and the army marched into the city of Mexico August 7. The road was rendered disagreeable by strong fortifications and thirty thousand men who were not on good terms with Scott.
  • sable
  • table I looked round, and saw Professor Cutter standing by the table.
  • payback
  • Pablo As the party had several spare horses, Pablo and I were at once provided with steeds.
  • Peale In 1842 the entire contents of Peale's Museum was purchased, and in 1850 the Peale collection of Philadelphia was added.
  • Mable
  • PYLE At length I escaped down a side street, from which I took the road to Pyle Street to get my pencil.
  • am orderly
  • editor in chiefs
  • editor-in-chief
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