Origin of gable
Related formsga·ble·like, adjective
Definition for gable (2 of 2)
Examples from the Web for gable
The trouble with Gable was that he was under contract to MGM.
The same violent, primal appeal appeared on-screen and off-screen with Gable.
You did not playfully invite Gable in for sex hoping he would be courteous.
My mother also liked GWTW because she thought that Gable was “almost as handsome as Duke Ellington.”
In ten minutes more, the two slipping in by well-known paths, stood under the gable of the great hall.Hereward, The Last of the English|Charles Kingsley
Gable, the upright triangular piece of masonry or woodwork at the end of a roof.The Children of Westminster Abbey|Rose G. Kingsley
A bell under a small belfry hung over the gable of the stables.From a Swedish Homestead|Selma Lagerlf
The roof was thatched, and perhaps had a gable at each end with a hole to allow the smoke of the wood fire to escape.
I threw over the free end of the cord and crouched upon the beak of the gable to lower myself.The Shoes of Fortune|Neil Munro