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Words ending -le

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table
The table was full of delicious food.
apple
The apple is ripe so pick it.
puddle
Small children like to stamp in a puddle.
trifle
She made a delicious trifle for dessert. *
jungle
On the jungle trek they took an antidote to snake bites.
wobble
The girl shook the jelly and made it wobble. *
uncle
Uncle Bill is my closest relative.
bustle
I could barely move for the bustle of the street.
freckle

bottle
Put the cork back in the bottle.
middle
Torture was widespread in the Middle Ages.
eagle
The eagle preys on small animals.
shuffle
Shuffle the cards before you play. *
pickle
Lime pickle makes my dad pull a funny face. *
turtle
Turtle eggs are laid in a hole in the sand.
people
Many people do not have sufficient food.
wrestle
We saw the policeman wrestle the burglar to the ground.
scramble
They love to scramble up trees. *
bicycle
My bicycle needs a new tire.

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