7 letter words ending in ble
Actable (a.) Capable of being acted.
Addable (a.) Addible.
Addible (a.) Capable of being added.
Affable (a.) Easy to be spoken to or addressed; receiving others kindly and conversing with them in a free and friendly manner; courteous; sociable.
Affable (a.) Gracious; mild; benign.
Amiable (a.) Lovable; lovely; pleasing.
Amiable (a.) Friendly; kindly; sweet; gracious; as, an amiable temper or mood; amiable ideas.
Amiable (a.) Possessing sweetness of disposition; having sweetness of temper, kind-heartedness, etc., which causes one to be liked; as, an amiable woman.
Amiable (a.) Done out of love.
Aptable (a.) Capable of being adapted.
Audible (a.) Capable of being heard; loud enough to be heard; actually heard; as, an audible voice or whisper.
Audible (n.) That which may be heard.
Batable (a.) Disputable.
Borable (a.) Capable of being bored.
Bowable (a.) Capable of being bowed or bent; flexible; easily influenced; yielding.
Brabble (v. i.) To clamor; to contest noisily.
Brabble (n.) A broil; a noisy contest; a wrangle.
Bramble (n.) Any plant of the genus Rubus, including the raspberry and blackberry. Hence: Any rough, prickly shrub.
Bramble (n.) The brambling or bramble finch.
Capable (a.) Possessing ability, qualification, or susceptibility; having capacity; of sufficient size or strength; as, a room capable of holding a large number; a castle capable of resisting a long assault.
Capable (a.) Possessing adequate power; qualified; able; fully competent; as, a capable instructor; a capable judge; a mind capable of nice investigations.
Capable (a.) Possessing legal power or capacity; as, a man capable of making a contract, or a will.
Capable (a.) Capacious; large; comprehensive.
Citable (a.) Capable of being cited.
Creable (a.) Capable of being created.
Cribble (n.) A coarse sieve or screen.
Cribble (n.) Coarse flour or meal.
Cribble (v. t.) To cause to pass through a sieve or riddle; to sift.
Cribble (a.) Coarse; as, cribble bread.
Crumble (v. t.) To break into small pieces; to cause to fall in pieces.
Crumble (v. i.) To fall into small pieces; to break or part into small fragments; hence, to fall to decay or ruin; to become disintegrated; to perish.
Curable (v. t.) Capable of being cured; admitting remedy.
Datable (a.) That may be dated; having a known or ascertainable date.
Deleble (a.) Capable of being blotted out or erased.
Disable (a.) Lacking ability; unable.
Disable (v. t.) To render unable or incapable; to destroy the force, vigor, or power of action of; to deprive of competent physical or intellectual power; to incapacitate; to disqualify; to make incompetent or unfit for service; to impair.
Disable (v. t.) To deprive of legal right or qualification; to render legally incapable.
Disable (v. t.) To deprive of that which gives value or estimation; to declare lacking in competency; to disparage; to undervalue.
Docible (a.) Easily taught or managed; teachable.
Domable (a.) Capable of being tamed; tamable.
Donable (a.) Capable of being donated or given.
Dowable (v. t.) Capable of being endowed; entitled to dower.
Drabble (v. t.) To draggle; to wet and befoul by draggling; as, to drabble a gown or cloak.
Drabble (v. i.) To fish with a long
Dribble (v. i.) To fall in drops or small drops, or in a quick succession of drops; as, water dribbles from the eaves.
Dribble (v. i.) To slaver, as a child or an idiot; to drivel.
Dribble (v. i.) To fall weakly and slowly.
Dribble (v. t.) To let fall in drops.
Dribble (n.) A drizzling shower; a falling or leaking in drops.
Drumble (v. i.) To be sluggish or lazy; to be confused.
Drumble (v. i.) To mumble in speaking.
Dupable (a.) Capable of being duped.
Durable (a.) Able to endure or continue in a particular condition; lasting; not perishable or changeable; not wearing out or decaying soon; enduring; as, durable cloth; durable happiness.
Earable (a.) Arable; tillable.
Eatable (a.) Capable of being eaten; fit to be eaten; proper for food; esculent; edible.
Eatable (n.) Something fit to be eaten.
Effable (a.) Capable of being uttered or explained; utterable.
Endable (a.) That may be ended; terminable.
Ennoble (v. t.) To make noble; to elevate in degree, qualities, or excellence; to dignify.
Ennoble (v. t.) To raise to the rank of nobility; as, to ennoble a commoner.
Equable (a.) Equal and uniform; continuing the same at different times; -- said of motion, and the like; uniform in surface; smooth; as, an equable plain or globe.
Equable (a.) Uniform in action or intensity; not variable or changing; -- said of the feelings or temper.
Errable (a.) Liable to error; fallible.
Exrable (a.) Capable of being moved by entreaty; pitiful; tender.
Finable (a.) Liable or subject to a fine; as, a finable person or offense.
Fixable (a.) Capable of being fixed.
Friable (a.) Easily crumbled, pulverized, or reduced to powder.
Fribble (n.) A frivolous, contemptible fellow; a fop.
Fribble (v. i.) To act in a trifling or foolish manner; to act frivolously.
Fribble (v. i.) To totter.
Fuldble (a.) Capable of being propped up.
Fusible (v. t.) CapabIe of being melted or liquefied.
Gelable (a.) Capable of being congealed; capable of being converted into jelly.
Grabble (v. i.) To grope; to feel with the hands.
Grabble (v. i.) To lie prostrate on the belly; to sprawl on the ground; to grovel.
Gribble (n.) A small marine isopod crustacean (Limnoria lignorum or L. terebrans), which burrows into and rapidly destroys submerged timber, such as the piles of wharves, both in Europe and America.
Grumble (v. i.) To murmur or mutter with discontent; to make ill-natured complaints in a low voice and a surly manner.
Grumble (v. i.) To growl; to snarl in deep tones; as, a lion grumbling over his prey.
Grumble (v. i.) To rumble; to make a low, harsh, and heavy sound; to mutter; as, the distant thunder grumbles.
Grumble (v. t.) To express or utter with grumbling.
Grumble (n.) The noise of one that grumbles.
Grumble (n.) A grumbling, discontented disposition.
Hatable (a.) Capable of being, or deserving to be, hated; odious; detestable.
Ignoble (a.) Of low birth or family; not noble; not illustrious; plebeian; common; humble.
Ignoble (a.) Not honorable, elevated, or generous; base.
Ignoble (a.) Not a true or noble falcon; -- said of certain hawks, as the goshawk.
Ignoble (v. t.) To make ignoble.
Immoble (a.) See Immobile.
Knabble (v. i.) To bite or nibble.
Legible (a.) Capable of being read or deciphered; distinct to the eye; plain; -- used of writing or printing; as, a fair, legible manuscript.
Legible (a.) Capable of being discovered or understood by apparent marks or indications; as, the thoughts of men are often legible in their countenances.
Likable (a.) Such as can be liked; such as to attract liking; as, a likable person.
Livable (a.) Such as can be lived.
Livable (a.) Such as in pleasant to live in; fit or suitable to live in.
Losable (a.) Such as can be lost.
Lovable (a.) Having qualities that excite, or are fitted to excite, love; worthy of love.
Makable (a.) Capable of being made.
Manable (a.) Marriageable.
Minable (a.) Such as can be mined; as, minable earth.
Mirable (a.) Wonderful; admirable.
Mixable (a.) Capable of being mixed.
Movable (a.) Capable of being moved, lifted, carried, drawn, turned, or conveyed, or in any way made to change place or posture; susceptible of motion; not fixed or stationary; as, a movable steam engine.
Movable (a.) Changing from one time to another; as, movable feasts, i. e., church festivals, the date of which varies from year to year.
Movable (n.) An article of wares or goods; a commodity; a piece of property not fixed, or not a part of real estate; generally, in the plural, goods; wares; furniture.
Movable (n.) Property not attached to the soil.
Mutable (a.) Capable of alteration; subject to change; changeable in form, qualities, or nature.
Mutable (a.) Changeable; inconstant; unsettled; unstable; fickle.
Namable (a.) Capable of being named.
Nexible (a.) That may be knit together.
Notable (a.) Capable of being noted; noticeable; plan; evident.
Notable (a.) Worthy of notice; remarkable; memorable; noted or distinguished; as, a notable event, person.
Notable (a.) Well-known; notorious.
Notable (n.) A person, or thing, of distinction.
Notable (n.) One of a number of persons, before the revolution of 1789, chiefly of the higher orders, appointed by the king to constitute a representative body.
Optable (a.) That may be chosen; desirable.
Pacable (a.) Placable.
Parable (a.) Procurable.
Parable (n.) A comparison; a similitude; specifically, a short fictitious narrative of something which might really occur in life or nature, by means of which a moral is drawn; as, the parables of Christ.
Parable (v. t.) To represent by parable.
Patible (a.) Sufferable; tolerable; endurable.
Payable (a.) That may, can, or should be paid; suitable to be paid; justly due.
Payable (a.) That may be discharged or settled by delivery of value.
Payable (a.) Matured; now due.
Penible (a.) Painstaking; assidous.
Pliable (v.) Capable of being plied, turned, or bent; easy to be bent; flexible; pliant; supple; limber; yielding; as, willow is a pliable plant.
Pliable (v.) Flexible in disposition; readily yielding to influence, arguments, persuasion, or discip
Potable (a.) Fit to be drunk; drinkable.
Potable (n.) A potable liquid; a beverage.
Quibble (n.) A shift or turn from the point in question; a trifling or evasive distinction; an evasion; a cavil.
Quibble (n.) A pun; a low conceit.
Quibble (v. i.) To evade the point in question by artifice, play upon words, caviling, or by raising any insignificant or impertinent question or point; to trifle in argument or discourse; to equivocate.
Quibble (v. i.) To pun; to practice punning.
Ratable (a.) Capable of being rated, or set at a certain value.
Ratable (a.) Liable to, or subjected by law to, taxation; as, ratable estate.
Ratable (a.) Made at a proportionate rate; as, ratable payments.
Regible (a.) Governable; tractable.
Renable (a.) Reasonable; also, loquacious.
Retable (n.) A shelf behind the altar, for display of lights, vases of wlowers, etc.
Ribible (n.) A small threestringed viol; a rebec.
Ridable (a.) Suitable for riding; as, a ridable horse; a ridable road.
Risible (a.) Having the faculty or power of laughing; disposed to laugh.
Risible (a.) Exciting laughter; worthy to be laughed at; amusing.
Risible (a.) Used in, or expressing, laughter; as, risible muscles.
Rowable (a.) That may be rowed, or rowed upon.
Rulable (a.) That may be ruled; subject to rule; accordant or conformable to rule.
Salable (a.) Capable of being sold; fit to be sold; finding a ready market.
Sanable (a.) Capable of being healed or cured; susceptible of remedy.
Savable (a.) Capable of, or admitting of, being saved.
Scabble (v. t.) See Scapple.
Scamble (v. i.) To move awkwardly; to be shuffling, irregular, or unsteady; to sprawl; to shamble.
Scamble (v. i.) To move about pushing and jostling; to be rude and turbulent; to scramble.
Scamble (v. t.) To mangle.
Scumble (v. t.) To cover lighty, as a painting, or a drawing, with a thin wash of opaque color, or with color-crayon dust rubbed on with the stump, or to make any similar additions to the work, so as to produce a softened effect.
Shabble (n.) Alt. of Shabble
Shabble (n.) A kind of crooked sword or hanger.
Shamble (n.) One of a succession of niches or platforms, one above another, to hold ore which is thrown successively from platform to platform, and thus raised to a higher level.
Shamble (n.) A place where butcher's meat is sold.
Shamble (n.) A place for slaughtering animals for meat.
Shamble (v. i.) To walk awkwardly and unsteadily, as if the knees were weak; to shuffle along.
Sizable (a.) Of considerable size or bulk.
Sizable (a.) Being of reasonable or suitable size; as, sizable timber; sizable bulk.
Soluble (a.) Susceptible of being dissolved in a fluid; capable of solution; as, some substances are soluble in alcohol which are not soluble in water.
Soluble (a.) Susceptible of being solved; as, a soluble algebraic problem; susceptible of being disentangled, unraveled, or explained; as, the mystery is perhaps soluble.
Soluble (a.) Relaxed; open or readily opened.
Sparble (v. t.) To scatter; to disperse; to rout.
Stubble (n.) The stumps of wheat, rye, barley, oats, or buckwheat, left in the ground; the part of the stalk left by the scythe or sickle.
Stumble (v. i.) To trip in walking or in moving in any way with the legs; to strike the foot so as to fall, or to endanger a fall; to stagger because of a false step.
Stumble (v. i.) To walk in an unsteady or clumsy manner.
Stumble (v. i.) To fall into a crime or an error; to err.
Stumble (v. i.) To strike or happen (upon a person or thing) without design; to fall or light by chance; -- with on, upon, or against.
Stumble (v. t.) To cause to stumble or trip.
Stumble (v. t.) Fig.: To mislead; to confound; to perplex; to cause to err or to fall.
Stumble (n.) A trip in walking or running.
Stumble (n.) A blunder; a failure; a fall from rectitude.
Tamable (a.) Capable of being tamed, subdued, or reclaimed from wildness or savage ferociousness.
Taxable (a.) Capable of being taxed; liable by law to the assessment of taxes; as, taxable estate; taxable commodities.
Taxable (a.) That may be legally charged by a court against the plaintiff of defendant in a suit; as, taxable costs.
Tenable (a.) Capable of being held, naintained, or defended, as against an assailant or objector, or againts attempts to take or process; as, a tenable fortress, a tenable argument.
Thimble (n.) A kind of cap or cover, or sometimes a broad ring, for the end of the finger, used in sewing to protect the finger when pushing the needle through the material. It is usually made of metal, and has upon the outer surface numerous small pits to catch the head of the needle.
Thimble (n.) Any thimble-shaped appendage or fixure.
Thimble (n.) A tubular piece, generally a strut, through which a bolt or pin passes.
Thimble (n.) A fixed or movable ring, tube, or lining placed in a hole.
Thimble (n.) A tubular cone for expanding a flue; -- called ferrule in England.
Thimble (n.) A ring of thin metal formed with a grooved circumference so as to fit within an eye-spice, or the like, and protect it from chafing.
Tramble (v. t.) To wash, as tin ore, with a shovel in a frame fitted for the purpose.
Tremble (v. i.) To shake involuntarily, as with fear, cold, or weakness; to quake; to quiver; to shiver; to shudder; -- said of a person or an animal.
Tremble (v. i.) To totter; to shake; -- said of a thing.
Tremble (v. i.) To quaver or shake, as sound; to be tremulous; as the voice trembles.
Tremble (n.) An involuntary shaking or quivering.
Triable (a.) Fit or possible to be tried; liable to be subjected to trial or test.
Triable (a.) Liable to undergo a judicial examination; properly coming under the cognizance of a court; as, a cause may be triable before one court which is not triable in another.
Tribble (n.) A frame on which paper is dried.
Trouble (v. t.) To put into confused motion; to disturb; to agitate.
Trouble (v. t.) To disturb; to perplex; to afflict; to distress; to grieve; to fret; to annoy; to vex.
Trouble (v. t.) To give occasion for labor to; -- used in polite phraseology; as, I will not trouble you to deliver the letter.
Trouble (a.) Troubled; dark; gloomy.
Trouble (v. t.) The state of being troubled; disturbance; agitation; uneasiness; vexation; calamity.
Trouble (v. t.) That which gives disturbance, annoyance, or vexation; that which afflicts.
Trouble (v. t.) A fault or interruption in a stratum.
Tunable (a.) Capable of being tuned, or made harmonious; hence, harmonious; musical; tuneful.
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