How to spell QUIGHT correctly?
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List of suggestions on how to spell quight correctly
- aught I have watched and waited more to be sure that you had a woman's heart than for aught else, though a false sense of honor kept me true to my pledge.
- bight There's where we was, sir, when things cleaned up; gripped in the ice a hundred fathom off the Black Bight cliffs.
- eight Your service for eight.
- fight Of course we'll make a fight for it.
- light There is very little light left.
- might "And why might it not, then?
- night But you could have told me last night.
- ought For the matter of that, he ought to have had it before.
- quart One quart of honey, will make one Gallon of water very strong.
- quid Out with t'other quid, an' then I'll tell you somethink about my pootty darter as is on my mind.
- quiet It is all very quiet.
- quilt He was also furnished with a straw mattress, blanket, quilt, pillow, knife, pen, needle, handkerchief and tablets.
- quint "I thought Captain Quint very interesting," ventured Ruhannah.
- quirt Chadron's dark face was blacker for the spreading flood of resentful blood; he pointed with his heavy quirt at Thorn, as if to impress him with a sense of the smallness of his wickedness, which men would not credit against the cattlemen's word, even if he should publish it abroad.
- quit We're goin' to hev a time to-night, or I'll quit the road for ever."
- quite You'll be quite at home in it.
- quito The orejones, who had been warned of this suspicion, answered that they knew nothing except that Atahualpa remained at Quito, as he had stated publicly, that he might not be poor and despised among his relations in Cuzco.
- quoit It was delightful for the young Englishman to lie back among his cushions, with a servant to fan him and hand him cooling drink, to watch through the looped-up doorway the men-at-arms without, wrestling, quoit-throwing, boxing, fencing, in the way that men of English blood, the world over, keep their muscles sturdy and lithe, quick to guard their heads.
- right No, his name's Algernon, right enough....
- sight Seldom indeed could they feel sure they were out of hearing of their gaolers, out of sight never.
- tight Cried into a large pocket handkerchief that wasn't water-tight, either.
- wight As to England and Wales, he traversed every county in them, from the Isle of Wight to Berwick-on-Tweed, and from the Land's End to the North Foreland.
- Caught He caught Carlton's eye, and nodded once more to him, but this time unblushingly and with much vigour.
- QUOT Let me here quot a letter from a corryspondent of this charming lady of honor; and a very nice corryspondent he is, too, without any mistake:
List of 18 words made from the word quight
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