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Correct spellings for WABLER

  • able By extreme good fortune, I was able to render him a service in the streets which placed him under an obligation to me.
  • babbler With another abrupt change the babbler would be in Europe, living over again his trampings in the Tyrol, which, it seemed, had been taken in the company of an older man, a German, who was a Heidelberg professor.
  • cable Sails were spread, one anchor hoisted, the cable of the other cut, and we stood holding our breath, to see whether wind or water would prove strongest. records run worldwide like cable with rough sales to shut down your whole record label – Downtown Swinga by m.o.p.
  • dabbler And the painter-fellow, Hamish, the woman-man, the dabbler-would he be in the boat behind us?
  • fable Even when he heard it, he realized it must be pure fable.
  • gable In the cool flood of slanting morning sunshine which had just overflowed the eastern gable of the house, some one swiftly crossed the court-yard of the farm.
  • sable Sudden, as he spoke, From the sharp ridges of the hill, All downward to the banks of Till Was wreathed in sable smoke.
  • table The Brennans and the Goulds sat at the same table.
  • viable
  • waffler
  • wailer
  • wale
  • waller
  • warble
  • warbler
  • weber
  • whaler
  • wobble
  • Abler Its value is, that it is told by him who acted it. And this, to the modern compiler, renders it of higher worth than far abler productions at second hand.
  • Warbled
  • Mable
  • warbles
  • Weller
  • wobblier
  • warblers
  • baler "Ay, that can't do no harm," said Morgan, as I filled the boat's baler with water, and knelt down by the negro's side to begin trickling a few drops from time to time between his cracked lips, and sprinkling his face.
  • in-advisable