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Crossword Solver Answers for: ??R?LE

borele

borele
(n.) The smaller two-horned rhinoceros of South Africa (Atelodus bicornis).

burble

burble
Flow in an irregular current with a bubbling noise; "babbling brooks"

burgle

burgle
Commit a burglary; enter and rob a dwelling

circle

circle
(n.) A plane figure, bounded by a single curve line called its circumference, every part of which is equally distant from a point within it, called the center.
(n.) The line that bounds such a figure; a circumference; a ring.
(n.) An instrument of observation, the graduated limb of which consists of an entire circle.
(n.) A round body; a sphere; an orb.
(n.) Compass; circuit; inclosure.
(n.) A company assembled, or conceived to assemble, about a central point of interest, or bound by a common tie; a class or division of society; a coterie; a set.
(n.) A circular group of persons; a ring.
(n.) A series ending where it begins, and repeating itself.
(n.) A form of argument in which two or more unproved statements are used to prove each other; inconclusive reasoning.
(n.) Indirect form of words; circumlocution.
(n.) A territorial division or district.
(n.) To move around; to revolve around.
(n.) To encompass, as by a circle; to surround; to inclose; to encircle.
(v. i.) To move circularly; to form a circle; to circulate.

corcle

corcle
(n.) Alt. of Corcule

curdle

curdle
(v. i.) To change into curd; to coagulate; as, rennet causes milk to curdle.
(v. i.) To thicken; to congeal.
(v. t.) To change into curd; to cause to coagulate.
(v. t.) To congeal or thicken.

curule

curule
(a.) Of or pertaining to a chariot.
(a.) Of or pertaining to a kind of chair appropriated to Roman magistrates and dignitaries; pertaining to, having, or conferring, the right to sit in the curule chair; hence, official.

darkle

darkle
(v. i.) To grow dark; to show indistinctly.

dartle

dartle
(v. t. & i.) To pierce or shoot through; to dart repeatedly: -- frequentative of dart.

ferule

ferule
(n.) A flat piece of wood, used for striking, children, esp. on the hand, in punishment.
(v. t.) To punish with a ferule.

furdle

furdle
(v. t.) To draw up into a bundle; to roll up.

furile

furile
(n.) A yellow, crystalline substance, (C4H3O)2.C2O2, obtained by the oxidation of furoin.

garble

garble
(n.) Refuse; rubbish.
(n.) Impurities separated from spices, drugs, etc.; -- also called garblings.
(v. t.) To sift or bolt, to separate the fine or valuable parts of from the coarse and useless parts, or from dros or dirt; as, to garble spices.
(v. t.) To pick out such parts of as may serve a purpose; to mutilate; to pervert; as, to garble a quotation; to garble an account.

gargle

gargle
(n.) See Gargoyle.
(n.) A liquid, as water or some medicated preparation, used to cleanse the mouth and throat, especially for a medical effect.
(v. t.) To wash or rinse, as the mouth or throat, particular the latter, agitating the liquid (water or a medicinal preparation) by an expulsion of air from the lungs.
(v. t.) To warble; to sing as if gargling

girdle

girdle
(n.) A griddle.
(n.) That which girds, encircles, or incloses; a circumference; a belt; esp., a belt, sash, or article of dress encircling the body usually at the waist; a cestus.
(n.) The zodiac; also, the equator.
(n.) The line ofgreatest circumference of a brilliant-cut diamond, at which it is grasped by the setting. See Illust. of Brilliant.
(n.) A thin bed or stratum of stone.
(n.) The clitellus of an earthworm.
(v. t.) To bind with a belt or sash; to gird.
(v. t.) To inclose; to environ; to shut in.
(v. t.) To make a cut or gnaw a groove around (a tree, etc.) through the bark and alburnum, thus killing it.

gurgle

gurgle
(n.) The act of gurgling; a broken, bubbling noise. "Tinkling gurgles."
(v. i.) To run or flow in a broken, irregular, noisy current, as water from a bottle, or a small stream among pebbles or stones.

hurdle

hurdle
(n.) A movable frame of wattled twigs, osiers, or withes and stakes, or sometimes of iron, used for inclosing land, for folding sheep and cattle, for gates, etc.; also, in fortification, used as revetments, and for other purposes.
(n.) In England, a sled or crate on which criminals were formerly drawn to the place of execution.
(n.) An artificial barrier, variously constructed, over which men or horses leap in a race.
(v. t.) To hedge, cover, make, or inclose with hurdles.

hurtle

hurtle
(v. t.) To meet with violence or shock; to clash; to jostle.
(v. t.) To move rapidly; to wheel or rush suddenly or with violence; to whirl round rapidly; to skirmish.
(v. t.) To make a threatening sound, like the clash of arms; to make a sound as of confused clashing or confusion; to resound.
(v. t.) To move with violence or impetuosity; to whirl; to brandish.
(v. t.) To push; to jostle; to hurl.

jarble

jarble
(v. t.) To wet; to bemire.

jargle

jargle
(v. i.) To emit a harsh or discordant sound.

kirtle

kirtle
(n.) A garment varying in form and use at different times, and worn doth by men and women.

marble

marble
(a.) Made of, or resembling, marble; as, a marble mantel; marble paper.
(a.) Cold; hard; unfeeling; as, a marble breast or heart.
(n.) A massive, compact limestone; a variety of calcite, capable of being polished and used for architectural and ornamental purposes. The color varies from white to black, being sometimes yellow, red, and green, and frequently beautifully veined or clouded. The name is also given to other rocks of like use and appearance, as serpentine or verd antique marble, and less properly to polished porphyry, granite, etc.
(n.) A thing made of, or resembling, marble, as a work of art, or record, in marble; or, in the plural, a collection of such works; as, the Arundel or Arundelian marbles; the Elgin marbles.
(n.) A little ball of marble, or of some other hard substance, used as a plaything by children; or, in the plural, a child's game played with marbles.
(n.) To stain or vein like marble; to variegate in color; as, to marble the edges of a book, or the surface of paper.
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