How to spell QUIRTY correctly?

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List of suggestions on how to spell quirty correctly

  • curt Boone had never heard so hard a note in his benefactor's voice as that which crept into his curt reply: "It must needs be-to warrant your coming without permission, MacTavish."
  • dirty It was a dirty night for our men, who had been fighting all day.
  • equity He writes to show the "goodness and equity" of the Prince, because once they are understood, the faction will lose its power and the well-meaning but misled crowd will be no longer deceived by "the specious names of Religion and Liberty."
  • girt Night and day Forth of my tower-girt homestead would I stray To gaze thereon as thou upon the bright Soft river whence thy soul took less delight Than mine of the outer sea, albeit I know How great thy joy was of it.
  • guilty He can easily be found guilty, I warn Your Majesty."
  • kitty "She's a funny kitty," he said.
  • quart But when he sees the pink candles, and the oysters on the half, and the quart bott' in the ice bath, he seemed to get his hearin' back by wireless.
  • quarter No wind could be felt from any quarter.
  • quarto The book is not very long, extending only to signature R in a very small quarto.
  • quartz But that rock there-that's the barren quartz that the Paymaster ran into when the values went out of the ore.
  • query Mattie guessed the purport of the news, and there had been no necessity for her last query.
  • quid "'There's 'arf a quid 'anging to it,' I ses.
  • quiet Pretty quiet out there?"
  • quietly Then they settled down quietly to work.
  • quilt The Chevalier fingered the quilt and said nothing.
  • quint No, said Quint, he was a learned man and a very good man; but he hadn't got the gift.
  • quire Quire is Milton's spelling of choir.
  • quirk This made Betsy feel like laughing out, but observing that the Putneys only looked at each other with the faintest possible quirk in the corners of their serious mouths, she understood that they were afraid that Molly's feelings might be hurt if they laughed out loud.
  • quirky I'm a bit quirky, so you'll probably never see me in the same place twice.
  • quirt I was expecting more from this quirt, it's really not that good.
  • quit She quit her job after her boss mistreated her.
  • quite
  • quito
  • quits
  • quitter I'm going to quit my job if they don't give me a raise.
  • quoit To quoit a ball is to send it screaming over the fence.
  • quota She's not happy with the quota system.
  • quote
  • squirt
  • Gutty They achieve their distance not at all by hard hitting, for they hit quite gently, but by long, free swinging, perfect timing, and especially by full following through, that is to say, they swing in just the same way as it was necessary for the best men players to swing in the days of the gutty ball.
  • Quieter The room was quite and there was little noise.
  • Kurt And, Kurt, you must take care that the young fellow doesn't make any faux pas.
  • quiets
  • quarts I need to fill up my car's gas tank with quarts.
  • QWERTY My phone has a QWERTY keyboard.
  • QTY
  • QUOT After dinner, I plan to go QUOT shopping.
  • quirts She had to quirts her bladder on the way home.

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