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How to spell AQUITE correctly?

If you meant to type "a quite", a possible correct suggestion could be "quite". Alternatively, if you mistakenly wrote "aquite", you could mean "acquit". However, if you were referring to "acuity", that's another appropriate option, representing keenness or sharpness. Paying attention to spelling ensures clear communication.

List of suggestions on how to spell aquite correctly

  • acquire I want to acquire new skills to advance in my career.
  • acquit
  • acquits The jury acquits the defendant after reviewing all the evidence and testimony provided during the trial.
  • acuity His visual acuity was greatly diminished after his surgery.
  • acute The patient's pain was so severe that it had developed into acute agony.
  • aquifer The city relies on an underground aquifer for its water supply.
  • equate
  • equity The company's board of directors decided to issue new shares of equity to raise money for expansion.
  • quit
  • quite I am quite certain that I left my bag on the kitchen counter.
  • quito
  • quote I read a quote that said, "If you want to live a happy life, tie it to a goal, not to
  • requite Would you like me to requite the favor?

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