How to spell QUIERT correctly?

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  • curt And with a curt command to the Indian she fled back into the darkness.
  • girt Though rock-girt, Islay is fertile, and a large portion has been brought under a state of cultivation.
  • quart For all that, I resolved not to drink more than a quart a day, and on this allowance I made no doubt that the supply would be sufficient.
  • quarto The thick quarto pages were beautifully illuminated in the manner of the ancient manuscripts; and the narrative, in written characters, had been produced under his own inspection.
  • quest The knight replied, "Thou also art safe though thou come in quest of him."
  • quid "I like your own captain better than ever, Richard," whispered Dolly, while Mr. Orchardson relieved himself of his quid over the other side; "how commanding he is!
  • quiet "Oh, my good man, be quiet!
  • quilt They boxed the ears of their little boys, drove their little girls to the churning without mercy, clattered the breakfast dishes furiously, and in various ways indicated to their lords and masters that the day belonged to them, to them exclusively, and that no man could hope to remain in peace within range of their mops and brooms till every vestige of summer dust and dirt was removed, every feather bed sunned till it swelled tick tight, every quilt aired, every rug beaten, every floor scoured, and they themselves relaxed, exhausted, purified, and satisfied at the end of the day.
  • quint Doc Curfoot climbed in and took the wheel; Quint followed him.
  • quire Give my Love to Fanny and tell her, if I were well there is enough in this Port of Naples to fill a quire of Paper-but it looks like a dream-every man who can row his boat and walk and talk seems a different being from myself.
  • quirt He had been watching Lone and Swan and the dog, trailing certain tracks through the sagebrush down below, and when Lorraine rode away from the Quirt they were in the wagon road, fussing around the place where Frank had been found.
  • quit He would allow us, as boys, to quit the breakfast-table before he had risen himself; but never before she had left it.
  • quite You're quite right about her."
  • quito When they had met in the capital, they were surrounded by the soldiery of Quito, and butchered without mercy.
  • quitter But it's curious that a boy who could do what you told of this evening could prove a quitter like that."
  • quiver Flavia looked away, feeling her lips quiver.
  • quoit The players aimed at no mark, but simply tried to throw the quoit to the greatest possible distance.
  • squirt A squirt is a fun way to cool off.
  • Guider 'Hear me, guider of my fathers, Lo! a humble heart is mine; By thy mercy I beseech thee Grant thy servant but a sign!'
  • Quieter The tree was the one under which Vanheimert had found himself the day before; in the afternoon it was exposed to the full fury of the sun; and in the sun they left him, quieter already, but not so quiet as they.
  • Kurt Regrets is hardly the word, Kurt.
  • quiets In the deadly blaze of August, That turns men faint and mad, She quiets the peevish urchins
  • QUOT "I can't believe you quoted 'bananas' in your essay!
  • quirts Rafael carried out the steamer trunks and luggage, the snake-skins, the smoky opals, the Indian baskets, the braided quirts, and all the scattered plunder that the cowboys had given Kitty and that she could not bear to leave behind.

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