tling


tling
hos·tling;
kit·tling;
lit·tling;
net·tling;
prat·tling·ly;
scrat·tling;
rus·tling;
bus·tling·ly;
rat·tling·ly;
rus·tling·ly;
star·tling·ly;
star·tling·ness;
whis·tling·ly;

English syllables. 2014.

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  • ætling — æt|ling sb., en, e el. er, ene el. erne (ÆLDRE efterkommer) …   Dansk ordbog

  • be|lit´tling|ly — be|lit|tle «bih LIHT uhl», transitive verb, tled, tling. 1. to make seem little or unimportant; make less important; make little of; speak slightingly of: »Jealous people belittled the explorer s great discoveries. SYNONYM(S): depreciate;… …   Useful english dictionary

  • bus´tling|ly — bus|tle1 «BUHS uhl», verb, tled, tling, noun. –v.i. to be noisily busy and in a hurry: »The children bustled to get ready for the party. Let the great world bustle on (Emerson). –v.t. to make (someone) hurry or work hard: »The jolly old man… …   Useful english dictionary

  • prat´tling|ly — prat|tle «PRAT uhl», verb, tled, tling. noun. –v.i. 1. to talk as a child does; tell freely and carelessly: »The two neighbors prattled on and on about their private lives. 2. to talk or tell in a foolish way; chatter: »to prattle in the most… …   Useful english dictionary

  • rat´tling|ly — rat|tling «RAT lihng», adjective, adverb. –adj. 1. that rattles: »a rattling teakettle. 2. fast and lively; brisk: »a rattling speech, a rattling pace. 3. Informal. very fine; great; important: »He preached…a sermon…that gave him a rattling… …   Useful english dictionary

  • rat|tling — «RAT lihng», adjective, adverb. –adj. 1. that rattles: »a rattling teakettle. 2. fast and lively; brisk: »a rattling speech, a rattling pace. 3. Informal. very fine; great; important: »He preached…a sermon…that gave him a rattling reputation ( …   Useful english dictionary

  • star´tling|ly — star|tling «STAHR tlihng», adjective. that causes a shock of surprise; surprising; frightening: »startling tales. –star´tling|ly, adverb …   Useful english dictionary

  • star|tling — «STAHR tlihng», adjective. that causes a shock of surprise; surprising; frightening: »startling tales. –star´tling|ly, adverb …   Useful english dictionary

  • un|set´tling|ly — un|set|tling «uhn SEHT lihng», adjective. upsetting; disturbing; disconcerting: »In its quiet, pleasant way this is a most unsettling book (Saturday Review). –un|set´tling|ly, adverb …   Useful english dictionary

  • un|set|tling — «uhn SEHT lihng», adjective. upsetting; disturbing; disconcerting: »In its quiet, pleasant way this is a most unsettling book (Saturday Review). –un|set´tling|ly, adverb …   Useful english dictionary


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