How to spell QUAIITY correctly?

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List of suggestions on how to spell quaiity correctly

  • catty Catty Clowrie had read a good many novels in her life, full of all sorts of mysteries, and secret crimes, and wicked concealments, and conspiracies-very romantic and unlike every-day life-but still liable to happen.
  • cavity The nest was a great coarse structure like a Crow's, but even more coarsely and irregularly built, and with the egg-cavity shallower.
  • equity The U.S. Circuit Court has original jurisdiction in civil suits involving $2000 or more, over equity cases, and over cases arising under patent and copyright laws.
  • gaiety Gaiety leads to freedom, and freedom to friendship.
  • gait And then his dogged and meaningless imitation of my gait, my voice, my habits, and my manner!
  • guilty My lord, I could not be guilty of ingratitude.
  • kitty It was that of Kitty Windus.
  • laity Before the service began, the Rector of Christ Church, Hartford, on behalf of a considerable number of the clergy and laity of Connecticut, presented to the Bishop of Aberdeen, as representing the Scotch Church, a handsome silver paten and chalice, to be used by himself and his successors.
  • quad The north side of the Mob Quad, which is shown in our picture, is very little later than the Chapel, and the whole of the Quad was finished before 1400; the rooms in it have been the homes of Oxford men for more than five centuries.
  • quail "Take care of the Home Guards, and drive the rebels away from Williamston, and you can go quail-shooting any time," replied Marcy.
  • quaint A quaint little figure against the gleaming white fur, dreaming-what?
  • quality
  • quart
  • quarter I always save a quarter when I get a new bag at the grocery store.
  • quarto
  • quartz
  • quasi Almost everyone in town is quasi-famous for something.
  • quay
  • quid I only had quid for lunch.
  • quiet The house was quite, a stark contrast to the chaotic city outside.
  • quietly I quietly recorded my new album in my bedroom.
  • quilt My mom always makes a quilt for the bed when it's cold out.
  • quint
  • quirt I'll give her a good quirt to get her moving.
  • quit I think it's time I quit.
  • quite I'm quite sure that I just saw her across the room.
  • quito The city of Quito is home to many historical sites.
  • quits I had to quit my job because I can't stand the office anymore.
  • quitter You're a quitter.
  • quoit
  • quoits He loved to quail-throwing contests.
  • quote "America is the land of the free and the home of the brave." -President George W.
  • Gutty I obeyed, and was surprised to see him aim at a point at least a mile aside of the mark, but the results were perfect, for the gutty, acting precisely as mine did, zigzagged along until it reached the rim of the cup and then dropped gently in.
  • Quaky I heard a quaky noise outside my window.
  • Quanta A room with many quantum dots will appear more colorful and richer.
  • Quieter The room was much quieter without the noise from the TV.
  • Katy "Go on, Jane," Katy insisted.
  • quiets The room fell into a silence that was unnerving.
  • quarts
  • quainter The farther I do grow from La Boheme, The more I do regret that foolish shame Which made me hold it something to conceal, And so I did myself expatriate; For in my pulses and my feet I feel That wayward realm was still my own estate; Wise wagged our tongues when the dear nights grew late, And quainter, clearer, rose our quick conceits, And pure and mutual were our social sweets.
  • quirts Rabbits quirts when they are scared.

List of 30 words made from the word quaiity

5 letter words made from quaiity:

quity, taiyi, aiuti, yaqui, yaqut, tuqay, yutai.

4 letter words made from quaiity:

qiyu, tuya, quai, aqui, tuqi, atiq, yuqi, quit, tayi, tiya, quyi, auty, quta, taqi, quay, quia.

3 letter words made from quaiity:

tai, tau, qat, tia, tiu, tay, uta.

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