[ mey-buhl ]
/ ˈmeɪ bəl /
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a female given name.
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Also Ma·belle [mey-bel, mey-bel], /meɪˈbɛl, ˈmeɪ bɛl/, Mable.
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How to use Mabel in a sentence
I guess you ought to know, Mable, I paid your way in often enough.
They call it a still, Mable, cause they have to use it on the quiet.
The more I see of the army, Mable, the more I think its an awful bluff.
If I ever get old, Mable, dont let me read the newspaper out loud.
I guess thats the way these boats make records so often, Mable.