What is the correct spelling for SUNGLE?

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Correct spellings for SUNGLE

  • angle And I played the mother angle .
  • bungle I might bungle the personal business.
  • bungler He had made up his mind that Philip could not play at all, or, at any rate, would prove to be a mere tyro and bungler , and he could hardly believe his ears when he heard the sounds which Philip evoked from his violin.
  • jungle As the sultry air was not stirred by the slightest breeze, it was easy to surmise that it was the rain which began to murmur in the jungle .
  • senile Mr. Nugent eyed him for a space in speechless amazement, and then, with a few strong remarks on ingratitude and senile vanity, mounted the winding little stairs and went to bed.
  • single Ten years ago, when I was fifteen and you were twenty-well, we might have married then, and felt all that we feel now a whole ten years ago, which I have passed without a single happy day."
  • singly Two daughters were back-crossed singly to white bifid males.
  • smuggle I will smuggle the jar under our table-G. and I both like Italian wine-and we will use it as a water bottle afterwards, for we have only one decanter at our table amongst eleven thirsty people.
  • snuggle Did you ever snuggle up to a young captain of industry and ask him who his father was and whether he was important enough in the business world to be indicted by the Government for anything?
  • snugly He felt the little square box that contained the ruby, lying there so snugly in his pocket.
  • spangle And the same frequency of acts, but less subtile by reason of the clearer vowel a, is indicated in jangle, tangle, spangle , mangle, wrangle, brangle, dangle; as also in mumble, grumble, jumble.
  • suckle "When the climbing-rose and the honey-suckle are out it is much prettier," said Doris, as she filled the cup.
  • sung "Get a hold of him your side, Jessop," he sung out.
  • synge The chap that writes like Synge .
  • uncle They came this morning, and uncle and aunt came to take dinner with us there.

69 words made from the letters SUNGLE