Correct spelling for QOUET

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Possible correct spellings for qouet

  • cot She knelt down at the head of the cot.
  • cote A wave of melancholy passed over him, for the deserted aspect of the little flower-hedged cote seemed dismally prophetic of a near future without the beaming, jovial face of his friend and adviser.
  • court Tell the Court what happened.
  • cut She cut their connection before he could answer.
  • cute Oh, you dear, cute, sweet little thing!
  • get He must get her back-he must get her back.
  • gout But if she marries, I shall have nobody to nurse me when I have the gout.
  • gouty Then she suddenly remembered that she had not felt a single gouty twinge the whole evening, because her mental consciousness had been unusually excited.
  • gut So I stopped at Ascension, scraped and cleaned myself, and then, after feeding for a week on turtle, just to keep the scurvy out of my bones, I set off again; and as I passed the Gut, I thought I might just as well put in here; and here I arrived, sure enough, yesterday, about three bells in the morning watch, after a voyage of five months and three days.
  • jet They say that the ability of international traders to jet to other countries and quickly conclude business deals is due to the same.
  • jot His friends advised him to jot down his ideas in spite of all, in the hope that they would be recognized by future generations when happier days should dawn on literature.
  • jut The yard here, a narrow strip of it paralleling the side fence, seemed to run back quite a distance, taking up a jut in the building.
  • jute Fahlbeck, Pontus, his Jute-theory, 8, 333 etc.
  • out 1861. How much might you get out of a 20s.
  • qed "QED," replied Harry Forsyth, in a tone of assent which pleased the fakir mightily.
  • quart There is not only a variety of forms made but the capacity of the fangas ranges from about one quart to ten and twelve gallons, and each variety is made to satisfy a particular and known demand.
  • quest "It is an uncommonly attractive gown," said I. "Shall we set to-morrow for the treasure quest?"
  • quiet And don't fancy Neela Deo was quiet this while.
  • quirt With a vile epithet, he caught the loaded quirt in his hand by its small end, and strode toward the intruder.
  • quit By the time the Court assembled that evening for the Queen's reception, every one had heard of it, and also that milor, having had a violent quarrel with his wife, had quitted or was about to quit Versailles without further warning.
  • quite Fifteen shillings would do quite well.
  • quito As Huayna Ccapac only set out for the Quito campaign twelve years before his death, and Atahualpa was then grown up, his mother cannot have been a woman of Quito.
  • quoit In gratitude for these kindly words a big juicy pancake, round as a quoit, fell on to his plate.
  • quota I came aboard a common sailor, a quota man, a prison-bird, penniless.
  • quote Mr. Webster thought it convenient to quote the sentiment of a nameless correspondent, as to the mischievous mixture of religion with politics.
  • route It was determined, accordingly, to collect for the transports a numerous naval guard or convoy, to secure them against possible attacks by the Spanish gunboats distributed along the north coast of Cuba, by which route the voyage was to be made.
  • Got 398. And you got what you wanted?
  • Que S'iL est dit cependant que tu veux le barren, Parle; je suis tout pret, je me ferai chatrer.
  • QT Peel 1 qt. of large chestnuts and blanch them in hot water.
  • QUOT Rari quippe boni: numerus vix est totidem quot Thebarum portae, vel divitis ostia Nili.

6 words made from the letters qouet

3 letter words made from qouet:

ute, toe, out.

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