How Do You Spell TACKLING?

Correct spelling for the English word "tackling" is [t_ˈa_k_l_ɪ_ŋ], [tˈaklɪŋ], [tˈaklɪŋ]] (IPA phonetic alphabet).

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Definition of TACKLING

  1. ( Isaiah 33:23 ), the ropes attached to the mast of a ship. In Acts 27:19 this word means generally the furniture of the ship or the "gear" ( 27:17 ), all that could be removed from the ship.

Common Misspellings for TACKLING

Below is the list of 275 misspellings for the word "tackling".

Usage Examples for TACKLING

  1. The discipline to be obtained by tackling an obstacle and overcoming it we think of small value. - "The Complete Essays of C. D. Warner" by Charles Dudley Warner
  2. If I had approached painting as I have approached bookwriting and music, that is to say by beginning at once to do what I wanted, or as near as I could to what I could find out of this, and taking pains not by way of solving academic difficulties, in order to provide against practical ones, but by waiting till a difficulty arose in practice and then tackling it, thus making the arising of each difficulty be the occasion for learning what had to be learnt about it- if I had approached painting in this way I should have been all right. - "The Note-Books of Samuel Butler" by Samuel Butler
  3. How should I put into the raging deepe, Who haue no sailes nor tackling for my ships? - "The Tragedy of Dido Queene of Carthage" by Christopher Marlowe
  4. A game isn't a game to an Englishman; it's his way of tackling life. - "The Dark Tower" by Phyllis Bottome
  5. Well begun is half done, and tackling a thing confidently means almost surely that it will be accomplished. - "Health Through Will Power" by James J. Walsh