Revoluble Rev"o*lu*ble, a. [L. revolubilis that may be rolled back. See {Revolve}.] Capable of revolving; rotatory; revolving. [Obs.] [1913 Webster]

Us, then, to whom the thrice three year Hath filled his revoluble orb since our arrival here, I blame not. --Chapman. [1913 Webster]

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  • revoluble — rev·o·lu·ble …   English syllables

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  • ir — ir·bis; ir; ir·gun·ist; ir·i·ar·tea; ir·i·desce; ir·i·des·cence; ir·i·des·cent·ly; ir·kutsk; ir·pex; ir·radiance; ir·radiancy; ir·radiant; ir·ra·di·at·ing·ly; ir·radiation; ir·radiative; ir·radiator; ir·rad·i·ca·ble; ir·rad·i·cate;… …   English syllables

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