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Crossword Puzzle Answers for: ??A??LE

abaxile

abaxile
(a.) Away from the axis or central line; eccentric.

azarole

azarole
(n.) The Neapolitan medlar (Crataegus azarolus), a shrub of southern Europe; also, its fruit.

brabble

brabble
(n.) A broil; a noisy contest; a wrangle.
(v. i.) To clamor; to contest noisily.

braille

braille
Transcribe in braille
A point system of writing in which patterns of raised dots represent letters and numerals
French educator who lost his sight at the age of three and who invented a system of writing and printing for sightless people (1809-1852)

bramble

bramble
(n.) Any plant of the genus Rubus, including the raspberry and blackberry. Hence: Any rough, prickly shrub.
(n.) The brambling or bramble finch.

brangle

brangle
(n.) A wrangle; a squabble; a noisy contest or dispute.
(v. i.) To wrangle; to dispute contentiously; to squabble.

bransle

bransle
(n.) A brawl or dance.

crackle

crackle
(n.) The noise of slight and frequent cracks or reports; a crackling.
(n.) A kind of crackling sound or r/le, heard in some abnormal states of the lungs; as, dry crackle; moist crackle.
(n.) A condition produced in certain porcelain, fine earthenware, or glass, in which the glaze or enamel appears to be cracked in all directions, making a sort of reticulated surface; as, Chinese crackle; Bohemian crackle.
(v. i.) To make slight cracks; to make small, sharp, sudden noises, rapidly or frequently repeated; to crepitate; as, burning thorns crackle.

crankle

crankle
(n.) A bend or turn; a twist; a crinkle.
(v. i.) To bend, turn, or wind.
(v. t.) To break into bends, turns, or angles; to crinkle.

crapule

crapule
(n.) Same as Crapulence.

drabble

drabble
(v. i.) To fish with a long line and rod; as, to drabble for barbels.
(v. t.) To draggle; to wet and befoul by draggling; as, to drabble a gown or cloak.

draggle

draggle
(v. i.) To be dragged on the ground; to become wet or dirty by being dragged or trailed in the mud or wet grass.
(v. t.) To wet and soil by dragging on the ground, mud, or wet grass; to drabble; to trail.

example

example
(n.) One or a portion taken to show the character or quality of the whole; a sample; a specimen.
(n.) That which is to be followed or imitated as a model; a pattern or copy.
(n.) That which resembles or corresponds with something else; a precedent; a model.
(n.) That which is to be avoided; one selected for punishment and to serve as a warning; a warning.
(n.) An instance serving for illustration of a rule or precept, especially a problem to be solved, or a case to be determined, as an exercise in the application of the rules of any study or branch of science; as, in trigonometry and grammar, the principles and rules are illustrated by examples.
(v. t.) To set an example for; to give a precedent for; to exemplify; to give an instance of; to instance.

flabile

flabile
(a.) Liable to be blown about.

fragile

fragile
(a.) Easily broken; brittle; frail; delicate; easily destroyed.

frazzle

frazzle
A state of extreme exhaustion; "he was worn to a frazzle"
Exhaust physically or emotionally; "She was frazzled after the visit of her in-laws"
Wear away by rubbing; "The friction frayed the sleeve"

grabble

grabble
(v. i.) To grope; to feel with the hands.
(v. i.) To lie prostrate on the belly; to sprawl on the ground; to grovel.

grackle

grackle
(n.) One of several American blackbirds, of the family Icteridae; as, the rusty grackle (Scolecophagus Carolinus); the boat-tailed grackle (see Boat-tail); the purple grackle (Quiscalus quiscula, or Q. versicolor). See Crow blackbird, under Crow.
(n.) An Asiatic bird of the genus Gracula. See Myna.

graille

graille
(n.) A halfround single-cut file or fioat, having one curved face and one straight face, -- used by comb makers.
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