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quaternarius.

  • quaternate - adj. consisting of or especially arranged in sets of four

  • quaternion.

  • quaternionic.

  • quaternionist.

  • quaternitarian.

  • quaternity.

  • quaters.

  • quatertenses.

  • quatorzain.

  • quatorze.

  • quatral.

  • quatrayle.

  • quatre.

  • quatrefeuille.

  • quatrefoil.

  • quatrefoiled.

  • quatrefoliated.

  • quatrible.

  • quatrin.

  • quatrino.

  • quatrocentism.

  • quatrocentist.

  • quatrocento.

  • quatsino.

  • quattie.

  • quattrini.

  • quatuor.

  • quatuorvirate.

  • quauk.

  • quave.

  • quaverer.

  • quavering - adj. (of the voice) quivering as from weakness or fear

  • quaveringly - adv. in an unsteady quavering manner

  • quaverous.

  • quavery.

  • quaverymavery.

  • quaw.

  • quawk.

  • quayage - noun a fee charged for the use of a wharf or quay

  • quayful.

  • quaylike.

  • quayman.

  • quayside.

  • quaysider.

  • qubba.

  • queach.

  • queachy.

  • queak.

  • queal.

  • quean.

  • queanish.

  • queasily - adv. in a queasy manner

  • queasiness - noun a mild state of nausea; inability to rest or relax or be still

  • queasom.

  • quebrachamine.

  • quebrachine.

  • quebrachitol.

  • quebracho.

  • quebradilla.

  • quechua - noun the language of the Quechua which was spoken by the Incas; a member of a South American Indian people in Peru who were formerly the ruling class of the Inca empire

  • quechuan - adj. of or relating to the Quechua people or their language; noun the language of the Quechua which was spoken by the Incas

  • quedful.

  • queechy.

  • queencake.

  • queencraft.

  • queencup.

  • queendom.

  • queenfish - noun silvery and bluish drumfish of shallow California coastal waters

  • queenhood.

  • queening.

  • queenite.

  • queenless.

  • queenlet.

  • queenlike - adj. having the rank of or resembling or befitting a queen

  • queenliness.

  • queenly - adj. having the rank of or resembling or befitting a queen

  • queenright.

  • queenroot.

  • queensberry.

  • queenship.

  • queenweed.

  • queenwood.

  • queerer.

  • queerish.

  • queerishness.

  • queerity.

  • queerly - adv. in a questionably unusual manner; in a strange manner

  • queerness - noun a sexual attraction to (or sexual relations with) persons of the same sex; a strange attitude or habit

  • queersome.

  • queery.

  • queest.

  • queesting.

  • queet.

  • queeve.

  • quegh.

  • quei.

  • queintise.

  • quelch.

  • quelea.

  • queller.

  • quemado.

  • queme.

  • quemeful.

  • quemefully.

  • quemely.

  • quenchable.

  • quenchableness.

  • quencher.

  • quenchless - adj. impossible to quench

  • quenchlessly.

  • quenchlessness.

  • quenelle.

  • quenselite.

  • quercetagetin.

  • quercetic.

  • quercetin.

  • quercetum.

  • quercic.

  • querciflorae.

  • quercimeritrin.

  • quercin.

  • quercine.

  • quercinic.

  • quercitannic.

  • quercitannin.

  • quercite.

  • quercitin.

  • quercitol.

  • quercitrin.

  • quercitron - noun a yellow dye made from the bark of the quercitron oak tree; medium to large deciduous timber tree of the eastern United States and southeastern Canada having dark outer bark and yellow inner bark used for tanning; broad five-lobed leaves are bristle-tipped

  • quercivorous.

  • quercus - noun oaks

  • querecho.

  • querendi.

  • querendy.

  • querent.

  • queres.

  • querier - noun someone who asks a question

  • queriman.

  • querimonious.

  • querimoniously.

  • querimoniousness.

  • querimony.

  • querist.

  • querken.

  • querl.

  • quern - noun a primitive stone mill for grinding corn by hand

  • quernal.

  • quernales.

  • quernstone.

  • querulent.

  • querulential.

  • querulist.

  • querulity.

  • querulosity.

  • querulously - adv. in a peevish manner

  • querulousness - noun the quality of being given to complaining

  • querying.

  • queryingly.

  • queryist.

  • quesited.

  • quesitive.

  • quester - noun someone making a search or inquiry

  • questeur.

  • questful.

  • questingly.

  • questionability.

  • questionable - adj. able to be refuted; subject to question

  • questionableness.

  • questionably - adv. in a questionable and dubious manner

  • questionary.

  • questionee.

  • questioner - noun someone who asks a question

  • questioningly - adv. in a curious and questioning manner; in a quizzical and questioning manner

  • questionist.

  • questionless.

  • questionlessly.

  • questionous.

  • questionwise.

  • questman.

  • questor.

  • questorial.

  • questorship.

  • quet.

  • quetch - verb express complaints, discontent, displeasure, or unhappiness

  • quetenite.

  • quey.

  • quiangan.

  • quiapo.

  • quib.

  • quibbleproof.

  • quibbler - noun a disputant who quibbles; someone who raises annoying petty objections

  • quibblingly.

  • quiblet.

  • quica.

  • quiche - noun the Mayan language spoken by the Quiche; a tart filled with rich unsweetened custard; often contains other ingredients (as cheese or ham or seafood or vegetables); a member of the Mayan people of south central Guatemala

  • quickbeam.

  • quickborn.

  • quickenance.

  • quickenbeam.

  • quickener - noun an agent that gives or restores life or vigor

  • quickfoot.

  • quickhatch.

  • quickhearted.

  • quickly - adv. with rapid movements; with little or no delay; without taking pains

  • quickness - noun a rate that is rapid; intelligence as revealed by an ability to give correct responses without delay; skillful performance or ability without difficulty

  • quicksandy.

  • quickset - adj. grown from cuttings planted directly in the ground; noun cuttings of plants set in the ground to grow as hawthorn for hedges or vines

  • quicksilvering.

  • quicksilverish.

  • quicksilverishness.

  • quicksilvery.

  • quickthorn.

  • quickwork.

  • quidae.

  • quiddative.

  • quidder.

  • quiddist.

  • quiddit.

  • quidditative.

  • quidditatively.

  • quiddity - noun the essence that makes something the kind of thing it is and makes it different from any other; an evasion of the point of an argument by raising irrelevant distinctions or objections

  • quiddle.

  • quiddler.

  • quidnunc - noun a person who meddles in the affairs of others

  • quiesce - verb become quiet or quieter

  • quiescence - noun quiet and inactive restfulness; a state of quiet (but possibly temporary) inaction

  • quiescency - noun quiet and inactive restfulness; a state of quiet (but possibly temporary) inaction

  • quiescently.

  • quietable.

  • quieten - verb become quiet or quieter; cause to be quiet or not talk; make calm or still

  • quietener.

  • quieter.

  • quieting.

  • quietism - noun a form of religious mysticism requiring withdrawal from all human effort and passive contemplation of God

  • quietist - noun a religious mystic who follows quietism

  • quietistic.

  • quietive.

  • quietlike.

  • quietly - adv. with little or no sound; with little or no activity or no agitation (`quiet' is a nonstandard variant for `quietly'); with low volume; in a restful manner

  • quietness - noun the property of making no sound; a state of peace and quiet

  • quietsome.

  • quietude - noun a state of peace and quiet

  • quiff - noun a prominent forelock (especially one brushed upward from the forehead)

  • quiffing.

  • quiina.

  • quiinaceae.

  • quiinaceous.

  • quila.

  • quiles.

  • quileute.

  • quilkin.

  • quillagua.

  • quillai.

  • quillaic.

  • quillaja.

  • quillback.

  • quilled.

  • quiller.

  • quillet.

  • quilleted.

  • quillfish.

  • quilling.

  • quilltail.

  • quillwork.

  • quilly.

  • quilted - adj. made of layers of fabric held together by patterned stitching

  • quilter.

  • quilting - noun a material used for making a quilt, or a quilted fabric; stitching through layers of fabric and a filling so as to create a design

  • quimbaya.

  • quimper.

  • quin - noun one of five children born at the same time from the same pregnancy

  • quina.

  • quinacrine - noun a drug (trade name Atabrine) used to treat certain worm infestations and once used to treat malaria

  • quinaielt.

  • quinaldic.

  • quinaldine.

  • quinaldinic.

  • quinaldinium.

  • quinaldyl.

  • quinamicine.

  • quinamidine.

  • quinamine.

  • quinanisole.

  • quinaquina.

  • quinarian.

  • quinarius.

  • quinary.

  • quinate.

  • quinatoxine.

  • quinault.

  • quinazoline.

  • quinazolyl.

  • quincentenary - adj. of or relating to a 500th anniversary; noun the 500th anniversary (or the celebration of it)

  • quincentennial - adj. of or relating to a 500th anniversary; noun the 500th anniversary (or the celebration of it)

  • quincewort.

  • quinch.

  • quincubital.

  • quincubitalism.

  • quincuncial.

  • quincuncially.

  • quincunx.

  • quincunxial.

  • quindecad.

  • quindecagon.

  • quindecangle.

  • quindecasyllabic.

  • quindecemvir.

  • quindecemvirate.

  • quindecennial.

  • quindecim.

  • quindecima.

  • quindecylic.

  • quindene.

  • quinetum.

  • quingentenary.

  • quinhydrone.

  • quinia.

  • quinible.

  • quinic.

  • quinicine.

  • quinidia.

  • quinidine - noun cardiac drug (trade names Quinidex and Quinora) used to treat certain heart arrhythmias

  • quinin.

  • quinina.

  • quininiazation.

  • quininic.

  • quininism.

  • quininize.

  • quiniretin.

  • quinisext.

  • quinisextine.

  • quinism.

  • quinite.

  • quinitol.

  • quinizarin.

  • quinize.

  • quink.

  • quinnat.

  • quinnet.

  • quinnipiac.

  • quinoa.

  • quinocarbonium.

  • quinoform.

  • quinogen.

  • quinoid.

  • quinoidal.

  • quinoidation.

  • quinoidine.

  • quinol.

  • quinoline.

  • quinolinic.

  • quinolinium.

  • quinolinyl.

  • quinologist.

  • quinology.

  • quinolyl.

  • quinometry.

  • quinone - noun any of a class of aromatic yellow compounds including several that are biologically important as coenzymes or acceptors or vitamins; used in making dyes

  • quinonediimine.

  • quinonic.

  • quinonimine.

  • quinonization.

  • quinonize.

  • quinonoid.

  • quinonyl.

  • quinopyrin.

  • quinotannic.

  • quinotoxine.

  • quinova.

  • quinovatannic.

  • quinovate.

  • quinovic.

  • quinovin.

  • quinovose.

  • quinoxaline.

  • quinoxalyl.

  • quinoyl.

  • quinquagenarian.

  • quinquagenary.

  • quinquagesima - noun the Sunday before Ash Wednesday (the beginning of Lent)

  • quinquagesimal.

  • quinquarticular.

  • quinquatria.

  • quinquatrus.

  • quinquecapsular.

  • quinquecostate.

  • quinquedentate.

  • quinquedentated.

  • quinquefarious.

  • quinquefid.

  • quinquefoliate - adj. of a leaf shape; having five leaflets

  • quinquefoliated.

  • quinquefoliolate.

  • quinquegrade.

  • quinquejugous.

  • quinquelateral.

  • quinqueliteral.

  • quinquelobate.

  • quinquelobated.

  • quinquelobed.

  • quinquelocular.

  • quinqueloculine.

  • quinquenary.

  • quinquenerval.

  • quinquenerved.

  • quinquennalia.

  • quinquennia.

  • quinquenniad.

  • quinquennial.

  • quinquennialist.

  • quinquennially.

  • quinquennium - noun a period of five years

  • quinquepartite.

  • quinquepedal.

  • quinquepedalian.

  • quinquepetaloid.

  • quinquepunctal.

  • quinquepunctate.

  • quinqueradial.

  • quinqueradiate.

  • quinquereme.

  • quinquertium.

  • quinquesect.

  • quinquesection.

  • quinqueseptate.

  • quinqueserial.

  • quinqueseriate.

  • quinquesyllabic.

  • quinquesyllable.

  • quinquetubercular.

  • quinquetuberculate.

  • quinquevalence.

  • quinquevalency.

  • quinquevalent.

  • quinquevalve.

  • quinquevalvous.

  • quinquevalvular.

  • quinqueverbal.

  • quinqueverbial.

  • quinquevir.

  • quinquevirate.

  • quinquiliteral.

  • quinquina.

  • quinquino.

  • quinse.

  • quinsied.

  • quinsy - noun a painful pus filled inflammation of the tonsils and surrounding tissues; usually a complication of tonsillitis

  • quinsyberry.

  • quinsywort.

  • quintad.

  • quintadena.

  • quintadene.

  • quintain.

  • quintal - noun a unit of weight equal to 100 kilograms; a United States unit of weight equivalent to 100 pounds

  • quintan.

  • quintant.

  • quintary.

  • quintato.

  • quinte.

  • quintelement.

  • quintennial.

  • quinternion.

  • quinteron.

  • quinteroon.

  • quintessentiality.

  • quintessentially.

  • quintessentiate.

  • quintette - noun a musical composition for five performers; five people considered as a unit; a set of five similar things considered as a unit; five performers or singers who perform together

  • quintetto.

  • quintile.

  • quintilis.

  • quintillian.

  • quintillionth - adj. the ordinal number of one quintillion in counting order; noun one part in a quintillion equal parts

  • quintin.

  • quintiped.

  • quintius.

  • quinto.

  • quintocubital.

  • quintocubitalism.

  • quintole.

  • quinton.

  • quintroon.

  • quintuple - adj. having five units or components; noun a set of five similar things considered as a unit; verb increase fivefold

  • quintuplet - noun one of five children born at the same time from the same pregnancy; a set of five similar things considered as a unit


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