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little
The little chicks went 'cheep, cheep'.
able
Were you able to ascertain the identity of the culprit?
circle
I have a wide circle of friends.
gentle
Be very gentle with the tiny kitten.
handle
Do not damage the door handle. *
middle
Torture was widespread in the Middle Ages.
settle
Saxons and Vikings chose to settle in Britain. *
sprinkle
I like to sprinkle some chocolate on my coffee.
uncle
Uncle Bill is my closest relative.
whistle
The referee blew his whistle at the end of the game.
crumble
Joe's favourite pudding was apple crumble. *
cycle
I prefer to cycle to work rather than going by bus.
people
Many people do not have sufficient food.
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sparkle
Her crystal beads sparkle in the sunlight.
temple
We covered our heads when we went into the temple. *
twinkle
Twinkle, twinkle little star. *
article
That newspaper article is libellous.
icicle
After the freezing night, icicles hung from the window.
bundle
Put that bundle of washing out to dry.

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