|Word *||Part of Speech||Definition||Audio Available?|
|cable||Noun||A strong, large-diameter wire or rope, or something resembling such a wire or rope||Yes|
|cable||Noun||An assembly of two or more wires which are used for electrical power or data circuits||Yes|
|cable||Noun||A system for receiving television or Internet service over coaxial or fiber optic cables||Yes|
|cable||Verb||To wrap wires to form a cable||Yes|
|fable||Noun||A falsified story or tale, intended to instruct or amuse; a fictitious narration intended to enforce some useful truth||Yes|
|fable||Noun||Any story told to excite wonder; common talk; the theme of talk||Yes|
|fable||Noun||Fiction; untruth; falsehood||Yes|
|fable||Verb||To compose fables, to write or speak fiction; to write or utter what is not true||Yes|
|gable||Noun||The triangular area of the front or side of a building adjacent to a sloped roof, or two sloped roofs||Yes|
|sable||Noun||A small mammal, related to the marten of Eurasia and North Pacific Islands||Yes|
|sable||Noun||A coat made from the fur of the sable||Yes|
|sable||Noun||An artist's brush made from the fur of a sable||Yes|
|sable||Noun||A black color on a coat of arms||Yes|
|sable||Noun||A black color, like that of sable fur||Yes|
|sable||Adjective||Of a black color, like that of sable fur||Yes|
|sable||Adjective||Made of sable fur||Yes|
|stable||Noun||A building set apart and adapted for lodging and feeding horses; racehorses of particular stable||Yes|
|stable||Adjective||Relatively unchanging, permanent; firmly fixed or established, not easily moved, changed, unbalanced, destroyed, or altered in value||Yes|
|stable||Verb||Put or keep horses in a stable||Yes|
|cradle||Noun||A bed or cot for a baby, moving on rockers or swinging on pivots||Yes|
|cradle||Noun||A rest for the receiver of a telephone||Yes|
|cradle||Verb||To contain in or as if in a cradle||Yes|
|cradle||Verb||To rock a baby to sleep||Yes|
|cradle||Verb||To wrap protectively||Yes|
|ladle||Noun||A deep-bowled spoon with a long, usually curved, handle||Yes|
|ladle||Verb||To serve something with a ladle||Yes|
|maple||Noun||Trees characterized by hand-like leaves and winged seeds, grown as shade or ornamental trees, for timber, or for sap||Yes|
|maple||Noun||The flavor of the concentrated sap of the sugar maple||Yes|
|maple||Adjective||Deriving from or having a characteristic of a maple tree or maple wood||Yes|
|staple||Noun||A basic or essential supply||Yes|
|staple||Noun||A basic food||Yes|
|staple||Noun||A wire fastener used to secure stacks of paper by penetrating all the sheets and curling around||Yes|
|staple||Noun||A wire fastener used to secure something else by penetrating and curling||Yes|
|staple||Noun||The result of installing such a fastener||Yes|
|staple||Verb||To secure with a staple||Yes|
|beetle||Noun||Any of numerous species of insect characterized by a pair of hard, shell-like, front wings which cover and protect a pair of rear wings when at rest||Yes|
|beetle||Noun||The name of two models of car made by Volkswagen||Yes|
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