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  • cute Some cute little detective, I'll say.
  • equate The Marroong of 2 seems to be the Maringo of 9, and we may perhaps also equate the Kurbo of this group with the Kurpal of 4. Irroong resembles the roanga of the Karandee which is probably the Arawongo of the Goothanto.
  • gait Hetty alone treated her always gently and made much of her, not as one who would soften a defect, but as seeing none; Hetty of the high spirits, the clear eye, the springing gait; Hetty, the wittiest, cleverest, mirthfullest of them all; Hetty, glorious to look upon.
  • gaiter I perceived he had his gaiter and sock and boot off, the motor gauntlets had been cast aside, and he was kneading the injured part in an exploratory manner with his thick thumbs.
  • gate Well, Maurice walked back until he found a gate, entered, and went forward and overtook her.
  • jute All were roofed, and exploring the long dock sheds and climbing down into the dark holds of the square-rigged ships called "clippers," we found logs of curious mottled wood, huge baskets of sugar, odorous spices, indigo, camphor, tea, coffee, jute and endless other things.
  • kite He's chuckling now over his wife's big luck, but I'll knock that higher than a kite; he'll never live on that plantation or spend any of that cash.
  • quad Why, he was a very little boy at Charterhouse when I was a big one; he afterwards went to Oxford, and got sent down from Christ Church for the part he took in burning a Greek bust in Tom Quad-an antique Greek bust-after a bump supper.
  • quaint Hardly had they seated themselves when the first notes of that quaint old ballad, "The Mistletoe Bough," sounded from the piano in the drawing room, Nora O'Malley appeared in the archway, and in her clear, sweet voice sang the first verse of the song.
  • quality 16,822. Would it be considered inferior quality in Canongate?
  • quart I'me in the Abolishin bote, and you can't stop it now eny more than you kin put Lake Superior in a quart bottle."
  • quarter That was enough: pell-mell went both regiments upon the enemy, who had a bad quarter of an hour between the two.
  • quartet Somebody once questioned him about an apparently unwarranted passage in the introduction to Mozart's Quartet in C Major.
  • quarto Large quarto, 328 pages.
  • quid Fi'pun note for us poor deserving 'eroes, and two hundred thousand quid for that bit of gilt gingerbread, Lord Quorn.
  • quiet Quiet, old doggie; come back; it's all deserved.
  • quirt Bared to the waist, cowering but silent, he was shrinking under the cruel blows of the quirt.
  • quit Our nearest kin wouldn't know us, but we are still recognisable to each other, and I'm not exactly ready to quit-are you?
  • quite Quite a large number of the diggers were known by nicknames; in most instances these quite superseded the original patronymics.
  • quito I was very glad when I could go on deck again without greatcoat, and the sun shone forth as brightly almost as it does at Quito.
  • quits He had expressed himself very bitterly on several occasions respecting Sir John, and had talked vaguely about being quits with him some day.
  • quitter Mais quitter la Russie?
  • quoit In the case of Jupiter, again, whose mass is three and a half times that of Saturn, and whose orbit is little more than half the size, the genetic ring must, for the like reasons, have been still broader-decidedly quoit-shaped, we may say; and there hence resulted a planet whose plane of rotation differs from that of his orbit by scarcely more than three degrees.
  • quote It's unparliamentary to quote the newspapers.
  • Gite The object of Le Bon Gite is to furnish these little temporary homes-for real houses cannot be built until the men come back from the war-and these models in the Tuilleries Gardens show to the visitor what they can do in the way of furnishing a home that will accommodate a woman and two children, for three hundred francs (sixty dollars).
  • Kate Kate Nugent, who heard the gate swing behind him as he entered the front garden, looked up and stood spellbound at his audacity.
  • Quieter "My work and my tastes demand a quieter life," Mr. Maddison remarked.
  • Katie "Why, Johnny," echoed Katie, "you musser say that!"
  • QUOT "It's been always my opinion that I would hang in a tow for this family of mine," he cried, "and, dod! I believe the day's come now! Get a ship for him, quot' he! And who's to pay for it? The man's daft!"
  • quainter I shall not soon forget that walk, at first through the busy streets of the town, past solid, well-built houses of brick, with bright shops on the lower floor and living-rooms above; then into the poorer and quainter quarter, where the houses are all one-storied, built of rubble, roofed with straw, and, as we could see through the open doors, stuffed with trash, as all these little Irish houses seem to be; and finally out along the country road, between fragrant hedges, occasionally passing a pretty villa, set in the midst of handsome grounds-and then we came to a place where the road branched, and we stopped.
  • quailed Uncomprehended, the mystery of pain in embodied power stood confronting the magic of the sea, and she quailed.
  • Cutie In an abandonment that was like the delirium of madness Mr. Cone went in and lifted Miss Gaskett's cat " Cutie" out of the plush rocker, where she was leaving hairs on the cushion, and surreptitiously kicked her.
  • quoited Another quoited along the writing-table.

34 words made from the letters quaite

5 letter words made from quaite:

atque, quite, autie, iateu, quiet, aequi.

4 letter words made from quaite:

etau, tuqi, etui, aqui, tieu, atiq, uate, quia, taqi, taue, quta, equi, quit, taei, quae, quai.

3 letter words made from quaite:

eat, tea, uta, tiu, tie, eta, ute, tai, tau, ate, qat, tia.

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