Spelling list: Words ending in kle

The /k l/ sound at the end of a word can spelled kle, especially if the word has only two syllables.

translate:
ankle I have a pain in my right ankle.
crackle The fire started to crackle in the stove.
shackle The prisoner was shackled to the wall.
tackle The referee gave a free kick for a bad tackle.
sparkle Her crystal beads sparkle in the sunlight.
freckle Her freckles look very attractive.
heckle The students decided to heckle the speaker.
speckle The thrush is a bird with speckled plumage.
fickle A fickle person changes their mind often.
pickle I would like a cheese and pickle sandwich. *
tickle The feather will tickle my nose. *
prickle There was a prickle on the bush. *
crinkle The corners of his eyes crinkle when he smiles.
sprinkle I like to sprinkle some chocolate on my coffee.
twinkle Twinkle, twinkle little star. *
wrinkle Grandma says she has a new wrinkle every day.
buckle Most belts tie with a buckle.
suckle Baby mammals suckle as soon as they are born.
chuckle He gave a chuckle at the joke.
knuckle I grazed my knuckle on the wall. *

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Learn about these words in Unit 26. Word endings: -le, and exceptions e.g. al, el, ol


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