le as in bottle

After /t/ and /d/ it’s possible to say /l/ without first saying a vowel in the last syllable, because /t/, /d/ and /l/ are all produced in the same place in the mouth.

With first syllable ‘short’ vowelsWith harder spellingsUsually pronounced as a syllable (/ul/) not
just as /l/, but follow the same spelling pattern.
battle
bottle
brittle
bundle
candle
cattle
coddle
cuddle
diddle
dwindle
fiddle
fondle
fuddle
handle
huddle
kettle
kindle
little
mantle
meddle
mettle
middle
muddle
nettle
paddle
peddle
puddle
rattle
riddle
saddle
settle
shuttle
skittle
spindle
swindle
throttle
trundle
whittle
beetle
bridle
chortle
cradle
curdle
dawdle
doodle
gentle
girdle
hurdle
hurtle
idle
ladle
needle
noodle
poodle
sidle
title
turtle
waddle
wattle
wheedle
ample
angle
ankle
apple
babble
baffle
bangle
bobble
boggle
bubble
buckle
bungle
cackle
chuckle
cobble
cockle
crackle
crinkle
cripple
crumple
dabble
dangle
dapple
dazzle
dimple
dribble
drizzle
duffle
fickle
fizzle
frazzle
freckle
frizzle
gabble
gaggle
giggle
gobble
goggle
grackle
grapple
grizzle
guzzle
hackles
haggle
hassle
heckle
hobble
jangle
jiggle
jingle
juggle
jungle
knuckle
mangle
mingle
mizzle
muffle
muzzle
nibble
niggle
nipple
nobble
nozzle
nuzzle
pebble
pickle
piffle
pimple
prickle
puzzle
quibble
rabble
raffle
rankle
riffle
ripple
rubble
rumple
sample
scuffle
shackle
shingle
shuffle
sickle
simple
single
sizzle
skiffle
smuggle
snaffle
sniffle
snuffle
snuggle
sozzled
spackle
speckle
sprinkle
stickle
stipple
strangle
stubble
suckle
supple
swizzle
tackle
tangle
temple
tickle
tingle
tinkle
tipple
toggle
topple
trample
trickle
truckle
truffle
tussle
twinkle
uncle
waffle
waggle
whiffle
wiggle
winkle
wobble
wriggle

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