Common misspellings for cycle:
cicle, cycal, cyclope, giclee, ciricle, sclear, cycleing, socicl, recycly, coclea, cycucal, cyclen, coucle, icecle, cacel, sincle, cickle, viecle, bucycle, cirlcle, recycl, cycl, sclae, dykle, cirkel, cerccly, cclear, scowel, bicle, curcle, schelue, bycycal, cercle, bycycle, circule, iceicle, sycthe, circl, rececle, cycel, skyblue, cyclle, sccale, vehcle, cicyle, ciecle, schele, rascle, czcle, ucle, syyle, vehcicle, cyle, cycone, casle, sigle, ciccle, nuscle, circler, corcle, cyccle, cirle, scicle, ccyle, cicles, cyclus, picle, schuele, sycle, ezykiel, cynicle, cirrcle, couciler, ceclia, cicrle, cynacle, cyicle, cylce, circuler, civle, phisycly, sicle, cyucle, scole, pysicly, bicyicle, cervicle, circkle, cyrcle, circlur, cucyle, cyclye, icecycle, siscle, receycle, schule, csale, sacle, circlear, cycyle, socel, pysicley, scycle, skyler, ircle, circlage, synicle, cucle, cyco, bycicle, checl, schecule, cicvil, myscle, cirkle, bicyakle, citcle, ciuple, uscle, scarle, cycile, schoel, resycle, cylcle, cosole, sircle, scalle, moorcycle, cykle, cehicle, byckle, coucel, scocil, ciclo, circlie, recicle, crcle, clycle, circulm, scarcley, becycal, reycle, powercycle, bycle, schole, biycycle, cynicly, ciclone, cyler, biycle, bicycl, schuale, cecel, sryle, rcycle, bisiycle, caceli, cicol, cerculer, coyle, cyul, cycly, sycles, rycycle, scthel, socla, socole, ncle, xycle, vycle, fycle, dycle, ctcle, cgcle, c7cle, c6cle, cyxle, cyvle, cyfle, cydle, cycke, cycpe, cycoe, cyclw, cycls, cycld, cyclr, cycl4, cycl3, xcycle, cxycle, vcycle, cvycle, fcycle, cfycle, dcycle, cdycle, ctycle, cytcle, cgycle, cygcle, cyhcle, cuycle, c7ycle, cy7cle, c6ycle, cy6cle, cyxcle, cycxle, cyvcle, cycvle, cyfcle, cycfle, cydcle, cycdle, cyckle, cyclke, cycple, cyclpe, cycole, cycloe, cyclwe, cyclew, cyclse, cycles, cyclde, cycled, cyclre, cycler, cycl4e, cycle4, cycl3e, cycle3, ycle, ccle, cyce, yccle, ccycle, cyycle, cyclee, cycle, kycle, gycle, aycle, c9cle, cqcle, cxcle, cysle, cygle, cyale, cycde, cyche, cycne, cycme, cyclu, cyclm, cycla, cyclg, c ycle, cy cle, cyc le, cycl e.
Definition of cycle:
- To revolve in a circle. The cycle of the moon, or golden number, or Metonic cycle a period of nineteen years, after which the new and full moons return on the same days of the month. The cycle of the sun, a period of twenty- eight years. Cycle of indiction, a period of fifteen years.
- To ride a bicycle or tricycle.
- recur in cycles
- a shortened version of ` bicycle' or ` tricycle' or ` motorcycle'
- a single complete execution of a periodically repeated phenomenon; " a year constitutes a cycle of the seasons"
- a periodically repeated sequence of events; " a cycle of reprisal and retaliation"
- a series of poems or songs on the same theme; " schubert's song cycles"
- an interval during which a recurring sequence of events occurs; " the neverending cycle of the seasons"
- a wheeled vehicle that has two wheels and is moved by foot pedals
- recur in repeating sequences
- pass through a cycle; " This machine automatically cycles"
- cause to go through a recurring sequence; " cycle thge laundry in this washing program"
- An imaginary circle or orbit in the heavens; one of the celestial spheres.
- An interval of time in which a certain succession of events or phenomena is completed, and then returns again and again, uniformly and continually in the same order; a periodical space of time marked by the recurrence of something peculiar; as, the cycle of the seasons, or of the year.
- An age; a long period of time.
- An orderly list for a given time; a calendar.
- The circle of subjects connected with the exploits of the hero or heroes of some particular period which have served as a popular theme for poetry, as the legend of Arthur and the knights of the Round Table, and that of Charlemagne and his paladins.
- One entire round in a circle or a spire; as, a cycle or set of leaves.
- A bicycle or tricycle, or other light velocipede.
- To pass through a cycle of changes; to recur in cycles.
- To ride a bicycle, tricycle, or other form of cycle.
- A series of operations in which heat is imparted to ( or taken away from) a working substance which by its expansion gives up a part of its internal energy in the form of mechanical work ( or being compressed increases its internal energy) and is again brought back to its original state.
- A complete positive and negative wave of an alternating current; one period. The number of cycles ( per second) is a measure of the frequency of an alternating current.
- A period of time, or order of events, which repeats itself regularly; a revolution of a certain period of time; an imaginary circle in the heavens; the stories surrounding some famous event or hero; as, the Arthurian cycle; an age; a bicycle or tricycle.
- Cycler, cyclist.
- A recurrent series of events. A recurring period of time.
- A period of time in which events happen in a certain order, and which constantly repeats itself: an imaginary circle or orbit in the heavens.
- Recurring period of time; circle or orbit.
- A recurring period of time; a round of years or of ages; a vast period.
- A turn or circle; loop.
- A bicycle, tricycle, etc.
- The revolution of a certain period of time which finishes and begins again in a perpetual circle; a round of years in which the same course begins again; cycle of the moon, or golden number, a period of 19 years, at the end of which the new and full moons occur again on the same days of the month; cycle of the sun, a period of 28 years; cycle of indiction, a period of 15 years.
- The circulation of a fluid through a definite series of vessels.
- [ Greek] The circulation of a fluid through a definite series of vessels; recurrent series of phenomena, as life cycle, ovarian cycle, etc.