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bascule

Definition of bascule
n. - In mechanics an apparatus on the principle of the seesaw, in which one end rises as the other falls. 2

The word "bascule" uses 7 letters: A B C E L S U.

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Words formed by adding one letter before or after bascule (in bold), or to abcelsu in any order:
a -   causable   h -   chasuble   l -   bullaces   p -   bluecaps   r -   arbuscle   s -   bascules   subscale  

Shorter words found within bascule:
ab   able   ables   abs   abuse   ace   aces   ae   al   alb   albs   ale   alec   alecs   ales   als   as   ba   bal   bale   bales   bals   bas   base   be   beau   beaus   bel   bels   blae   blase   blue   blues   bus   cab   cable   cables   cabs   case   caul   caules   cauls   cause   cel   cels   clause   club   clubs   clue   clues   cub   cube   cubes   cubs   cue   cues   eau   ecu   ecus   el   els   es   la   lab   labs   lac   lace   laces   lacs   las   lase   lea   leas   leu   lube   lubes   luce   luces   lues   sab   sabe   sable   sac   sae   sal   sale   sau   sauce   saul   scab   scale   scuba   sea   seal   sec   sel   slab   slub   slue   suable   sub   suba   sue   us   usable   use  

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