Cack′Ler, a fowl that cackles: a talkative, gossiping person; Cack′ling, noise of a goose or hen.
Chand′Lery, goods sold by a chandLer; Ship′-chand′Ler, deaLer in general stores for ships.
Reg'Ler as clockwork we pass—a little after one, and the coach from Deniliquin she passes an hour or so earlier.
"She is self-taught, sir; none even so much as assisted Ler by advice," said Kate, proudly.
Traw′Ler, one who, or that which, trawls: a vessel engaged in trawling—a method adopted in deep-sea fishing; Traw′ling.
Embezz′lement, fraudulent appropriation of another's property by the person to whom it was entrusted; Embezz′Ler.
It was Manannan, the son of Ler, who sang these quatrains to him.
Enrol′Ler; Enrol′ment, act of enrolling: that in which anything is enrolled: a register.
Wabb′Ler, Wobb′Ler, one who or that which wabbles: a boiled leg of mutton.
Fulfil′Ler; Fulfil′ling, Fulfil′ment, full performance: completion: accomplishment.