tled


tled
be·twat·tled;
bot·tled;
bris·tled;
bus·tled;
dis·grun·tled·ly;
man·tled;
met·tled;
ti·tled;
set·tled·ly;
set·tled·ness;

English syllables. 2014.

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  • dis|grun´tled|ly — dis|grun|tled «dihs GRUHN tuhld», adjective. in a bad humor; discontented; disgusted; displeased: »Nothing would please him in his disgruntled mood. –dis|grun´tled|ly, adverb …   Useful english dictionary

  • dis|grun|tled — «dihs GRUHN tuhld», adjective. in a bad humor; discontented; disgusted; displeased: »Nothing would please him in his disgruntled mood. –dis|grun´tled|ly, adverb …   Useful english dictionary

  • set´tled|ness — set|tled «SEHT uhld», adjective. 1. fixed in place or position; having a fixed home: »Becoming a settled…instead of a nomadic people... (Arthur P. Stanley). 2. populated: »a densely settled region. 3. fixed or established: »... the settled course …   Useful english dictionary

  • set|tled — «SEHT uhld», adjective. 1. fixed in place or position; having a fixed home: »Becoming a settled…instead of a nomadic people... (Arthur P. Stanley). 2. populated: »a densely settled region. 3. fixed or established: »... the settled course of… …   Useful english dictionary

  • un|set´tled|ness — un|set|tled «uhn SEHT uhld», adjective. 1. not in the proper condition or order; disordered; disturbed: »Our house is still unsettled; Figurative. an unsettled mind. 2. not fixed or firmly established; unstable: »an unsettled government. 3.… …   Useful english dictionary

  • un|set|tled — «uhn SEHT uhld», adjective. 1. not in the proper condition or order; disordered; disturbed: »Our house is still unsettled; Figurative. an unsettled mind. 2. not fixed or firmly established; unstable: »an unsettled government. 3. liable to change; …   Useful english dictionary

  • bot|tled gas — «BOT uhld», butane, propane, or a similar gas liquefied and stored under pressure in portable tanks …   Useful english dictionary

  • bris|tled — «BRIHS uhld», adjective. having bristles; bristly …   Useful english dictionary

  • cas|tled — «KAS uhld, KAHS », adjective. 1. having a castle or castles: »a cruise up the castled Rhine (Time). 2. = castellated. (Cf. ↑castellated) …   Useful english dictionary

  • grun|tled — «GRUHN tuhld», adjective. pleased; contented: »The happy sound of gruntled ballet fans filled the Metropolitan Opera house (Clive Barnes). ╂[back formation < disgruntled] …   Useful english dictionary


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