How to spell EQUTY correctly?

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  • acuity Vernier acuity is resistant to defocus, motion, and luminance, but is subject to practice effects and changes in attention.
  • acute The doctor with the pointed beard was already slanting it forward at a more than usually acute angle, with the smile that expressed expectancy.
  • cut 20. To Cut Glass.
  • eat "Here, take this; eat all of it.
  • equal
  • equality
  • equate One cannot equate apples and oranges.
  • equator
  • equip
  • equity
  • eruct I am surprised that there is still eructing when everyone is so sick of the smell.
  • eta I cannot believe that I am only sitting here for an hour.
  • gouty
  • gut I can tell that she is feeling gutted about the loss.
  • inequity There was great inequality within the society.
  • jetty I was docking my jetty when I saw the tiger.
  • jut I can see the ocean from my porch, and the waves crashing against the shore are beautiful.
  • out
  • quit
  • quite I am quite sure that I understand what you are saying.
  • quito
  • quota
  • quote I advise you to quote me on that.
  • ut
  • ute
  • Equated The heat Equated to the sunshine streaming through the window.
  • Gutty I feel gutty after eating that chocolate cake.
  • QT My cell phone is on QT.
  • ET ET: Those are really interesting creatures.
  • getty The Gettysburg Address was given by Abraham Lincoln at the Battle of Gettysburg on November 19, 1863.
  • ECU During the meetings held from 6 to 8 September 2016, the FIDE Ethics Commission made a decision to suspend members of the former leadership of the European Chess Union, including the former ECU President Silvio Danailov, former ECU General Secretary Sava Stoisavljević and former ECU Executive Director Vladimir Å akotić from holding any office or position within FIDE, from participating in any meeting of FIDE as delegate or another capacity, as well as representing any organisation in its relations with FIDE for 18 months, 6 months and 3 years, respectively.
  • QTY
  • EDUC Educating children is an important task.
  • QUOT The quotation mark is used at the end of a sentence to indicate that a word or phrase has been copied from elsewhere.
  • EQUIV There is an EQUIVALENT for anything.
  • equates The tree's height equates to its age.

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