Common misspellings for angle:
ansel, angless, engluf, angliea, angleo, canncle, engrey, kunkle, anamle, angelena, unckle, tangl, auncle, arugla, anazle, onkly, oncle, aunble, ankel, rangler, engligh, anoble, sungle, anegles, angla, intle, inaugal, onlile, angeloou, angrey, ahndle, innauguel, ancel, anglic, unplu, languale, angelto, anolgy, oange, ungue, innaguel, anckel, oogle, angierly, egle, unccle, ackle, oarnge, unle, orgnle, tiangular, unale, hungle, cancale, animle, eaqule, iligle, anougth, argle, andcall, gengle, unlcle, angur, evangel, anglel, anglaise, tiangle, uanble, congel, argile, fenagle, onfile, adgile, angree, enale, inclu, angolla, aingel, anguler, sngle, gangley, anyzle, changle, angrely, ankney, andgive, anomole, oncwe, engge, ojnly, archangle, anklette, aonly, anguls, onile, angluar, ingual, anckle, hangle, vainagl, angure, unble, angerly, ingulf, snugley, angal, angre, englight, angelsea, anolog, anle, antel, anble, incule, uggly, angier, engl, engolf, angala, anlogue, unilke, angr, unclue, angeg, anougher, abkle, tangile, arnge, anilog, englan, ancle, angily, angella, dangley, annule, unkle, eligle, angeal, acule, rangle, anomolie, anchle, inglis, anglesey, entagle, aculey, untagle, ansley, engne, unigol, inclue, animl, algle, longley, angls, agle, mengle, indugle, anglular, unanle, cancle, dangel, ungly, ankled, unlke, orangle, anjela, englih, inglesh, angrer, angraly, andget, ouncle, knowgle, anglla, angty, anygood, fangirl, ineligle, opengly, abigale, ankloe, riangle, aglea, singkle, gungle, anguage, anazyle, angleic, angrly, shngle, envole, uncale, anglea, anvile, arcangel, elligle, anglin, anple, anualk, anget, angue, anamolie, anlge, angirly, angoeny, antell, enoghe, onmly, angryly, unkel, fanagle, gangaly, animel, anglal, angkle, anglr, engulp, engae, ange, angales, inaguel, angecy, andle, negliae, anglela, anglar, angcy, angerely, uniqly, angalia, changelle, ankleboy, angil, gangily, anvel, bangel, snugle, songle, snigle, andlow, ancile, argylle, anuel, englesh, angele, enavle, angyer, ungle, angey, ongly, uniqley, uncule, anlog, illagle, angolo, langille, anygirl, ancwer, orangelle, ankowledge, engofl, anull, illigle, tangly, anglet, oggle, agnel, angeled, unkal, enagge, angly, banglow, anclet, angage, argyll, angrliy, angula, anngie, angell, anlke, anekel, amencly, aigal, agaile, ainsley, amongthe, anjali, 3angel, engel, annglo, angloa, angryley, ankal, anjum, anorxeia, anxiely, ansleigh, englofe, evengly, aquagel, illgle, langley, ianguage, rangel, acale, isngle, angie, ncle, uncler, zngle, wngle, qngle, ajgle, ahgle, anfle, anvle, anhle, anyle, antle, angke, angpe, angoe, anglw, angld, angl4, angl3, zangle, azngle, sangle, asngle, wangle, awngle, qangle, aqngle, abngle, anbgle, amngle, anmgle, ajngle, anjgle, ahngle, anhgle, anfgle, angfle, anvgle, angvle, angble, anghle, anygle, angyle, antgle, angtle, anglke, angple, anglpe, angole, angloe, anglwe, anglew, anglse, angles, anglde, angled, anglre, angler, angl4e, angle4, angl3e, angle3, ngle, nagle, agnle, aangle, anngle, anggle, anglle, anglee, ingle, engle, cngle, a.gle, afgle, aogle, anole, angde, anghe, angne, angme, anglu, anglm, anglg, a ngle, an gle, ang le, angl e.
Definition of angle:
- To fish with rod, hook, and line; with for.
- To try to gain by some insinuating artifice; to allure.
- To entice: to try to gain by some artifice.
- To use some bait or artifice; to intrigue; to scheme; as, to angle for praise.
- To fish with a hook and line; to scheme; to use a bait.
- To fish with an angle.
- To fish with a hook.
- fish with a hook
- To fish for; to entice.
- To fish for anything.
- a biased way of looking at or presenting something
- a member of a Germanic people who conquered England and merged with the Saxons and Jutes to become Anglo- Saxons
- the space between two lines or planes that intersect; the inclination of one line to another; measured in degrees or radians
- present with a bias; " He biased his presentation so as to please the share holders"
- The inclosed space near the point where two lines meet; a corner; a nook.
- The figure made by. two lines which meet.
- The difference of direction of two lines. In the lines meet, the point of meeting is the vertex of the angle.
- A projecting or sharp corner; an angular fragment.
- A name given to four of the twelve astrological houses.
- The figure formed by two lines or surfaces meeting; space between two lines which meet; a corner.
- The meeting point of two lines or planes; the figure formed by the junction of two lines or planes; the space bounded on two sides by lines or planes which meet.
- Union of lines running in different directions.
- A corner: the point where two lines meet: ( geom.) the inclination of two straight lines which meet, but are not in the same straight line.
- A hook or bend: a fishing- rod with line and hook.
- A corner; point where two lines meet; inclination of two lines that meet.
- A rod and hook.
- The figure, concept, or relation of two straight lines emanating from one point; a corner; point; inclination. See illus.
- A fish- hook; fishing- tackle; a fishing with hook and line.
- A corner; the inclination of two straight lines at a point; a hook; a fishing- rod with a line and a hook.
- Any corner, small or large; the point or corner where two lines meet; a hook to fish with.