Correct spelling for QUETS
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Possible correct spellings for quets
- guest The next guest was Redegonde, who came from Parma.
- guts "My word, he's got more guts than what I have," said one.
- jets When an artery is divided, the blood is of a bright red colour, and comes away in jets.
- quest What is a quest?
- quietus It was difficult, indeed, for the poor tailor to bear what he felt; it is true he bore it as long as he could; but at length he became suicidal, and often had thoughts of "making his own quietus with his bare bodkin."
- quits Why, he quits goin' to the club, cuts out his lunch-hour, and reports at the office at eight-thirty.
- quoits The innkeeper at South Poole swore that both men had been in his inn all the night of the storm playing the "ring-quoits" game with the other guests and as his oath was supported by half-a-dozen witnesses, the case for the King fell through; the night-riders never scrupled to commit perjury.
- cuts Cuts and nails the trees, and goes messages to the town.
- quiets I have not often had more trouble than I have with these papers; thirty or forty pages of foul copy, twenty is the very least I have had. Well, you pay high; it is fit that I should have to work hard, it somewhat quiets my conscience.
- gets There's nothing to fear; never gets the best of me!
- quotes Mr. Crosland, to drag him in again, to illustrate our abuse of "the language," quotes from some tenth-rate American author-which is a way they have had in England of judging our literature-with the comment that "that is not the way John Milton wrote."
- quests They murmured loud and long at having been sent on fairy-tale errands in a world where no clever talking animals really existed, or kind-hearted inanimate objects volunteered to befriend them on impossible quests.
- quotas Only about 5,000 of them have entered this country since May, 1946. The fact is that the executive agencies are now doing all that is reasonably possible under the limitation of the existing law and established quotas.
- quarts There was not more than two quarts.
- duets Peter's little love, a fair and dimpled creature, was forthwith accommodated with a chair close to her godfather, while the twins withdrew to practise their duets, and more viands were placed on the table.
- QUADS 1. CASES for type for general composition; for borders, type ornaments, accented letters, fractions, extra sorts, etc., and for engraved plates, and electrotypes; for spaces and quads, brass rules, leads, slugs, metal furniture and large spacing material, and for wood type.
- QUES Preguntando les qe porqe causa hacian El sacrificio al anito y no al batala decian qe El batala es tan gran senor qe no le puede hablar nadie qe esta en el cielo y qe El anito ques de tanta Caledad y qe baxaua aCa a hablar les como El ministro del batala y qe yntercedia Por ellos Vnan en algunas partes especialmente en las serranias en muriendoseles padre, o madre o pariente hacer de palo Vn ydolo pequeno y guardallo y asi ay casa, qe tiene ciento o ducientos de aquellos ydolos y a estos tambien llaman anitos porque dicen qe en muriendose Van a seruir al batala y asi les hacen sacrificios, ofreciendoles Cosas de Comer y vino y joyas de oro Rogandole sea su yntercesor con el batala, ques El que tienen Por dios-
- quirts Of hard hits and quirts and spurs he had no experience.
- bastilles Schiller wrote for the grand ideas of the Revolution; he razed the bastilles of the intellect; he helped to erect the temple of freedom, that colossal temple which shelters all nations like a single congregation of brothers: in brief, he was a cosmopolitan.
11 words made from the letters quets
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