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How to spell QUELCHE correctly?

If you come across the misspelling "qUELCHE", the correct suggestions could be "quelque" or "quel change". "Quelque" means "some" or "a few" in French, while "quel change" translates to "what a change". Both options would make more sense in the context, depending on what you intended to convey.

List of suggestions on how to spell qUELCHE correctly

  • quench I drank a glass of cold water to quench my thirst after a long run.
  • quenched After a long day of hiking, the refreshing cold water from the spring quenched our thirst.
  • quencher After a long run, a cold glass of water is a wonderful thirst quencher.
  • quenches Drinking water quenches my thirst after exercising.
  • Quiché
  • quiche I ordered a delicious vegetable quiche for brunch.
  • squelch He tried to squelch the rumors by denying any involvement.
  • squelched The teacher squelched any rumors of cheating by implementing strict monitoring measures during the exam.
  • squelches The sound of footsteps squelches through the muddy field.
  • squelchy After walking through the mud, my shoes became squelchy and uncomfortable.

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