- French ablet, ablette, a diminutive from Late Latin abula, for albula, diminutive of albus white. Compare Abele. (Wiktionary)
“Further to the comments about CO2 being a trace gas, and about what effects trace quantities are ablet o exert, it is interesting to put the 'trace' amount of CO2 into context...”
“Mitku was ablet to read the name plate of one of the men who raped her and his surname is sahu.”
“Maybe sometime soon I will be ablet o overcome this maddness.”
“I'm sure Isett is thinking, "how else will I be ablet to pay my wife tens of thousands of dollars per year for her bookeeping services, if I don't back my sugar daddy?”
“This stuff is basically stream of consciousness and while I’d love to be ablet to pay more attention to my blogs and go back and edit them, I just don’t have the time.”
“I just bought all the ingredients for this cake, and I’m going to give it a try….the only problem I’m going to have, is I’m taking it to a BBQ tomorrow afternoon, and I guess I won’t be ablet to put that whipped cream on until I get there to whip it up…I hate doing anything in their kitchen…I don’t know them all that well, but oh well, hopefully, it’ll be WORTH IT!”
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A bunch of -let words, emphasis on the diminutive. Feel free to neologize.
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