How to spell QUIST correctly?

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  • cst Electronics Technicians Association (ETA International) ETA offers 4 IT certifications: Computer Service Technician (CST); Network Computer Technician (NCT); Network Systems Technician (NST); and Wireless Networking Technician (WNT).
  • cubist The complete, convinced cubist reduces his own method, his own beliefs, his own state of mind, to an absurdity.
  • gist While he went forward to give his orders, I contrived to inform Miss Raven of the gist of our recent conversation, and to assert my own private belief in Baxter's innocence.
  • guest When breakfast was ready we called in our strange guest.
  • gust The gloom passed away from his swarthy features, and the smile that lighted them was like the radiance of the sun, as it breaks through the blackest vapours of the drifting gust.
  • gusto It was a favourite among the girls, for it had a lively, rollicking chorus, which they sang with great gusto.
  • gusty March came in by night with a great noise of wind, yet even in the gusty darkness she could put out her hands to touch a velvet sleeve as black as the gloom enclosed by the open lattice.
  • joist An ordinary electric push button can be used for a floor push button by placing it on a bracket or shelf attached to a joist, as shown, and using a nail for the extension push.
  • joust And as Gawaine followed the hart by the cry of the hounds, even afore him there was a great river, and the hart swam over; and as Sir Gawaine would follow after, there stood a knight over the other side, and said, Sir knight, come not over after this hart but if thou wilt joust with me. I will not fail as for that, said Sir Gawaine, to follow the quest that I am in, and so made his horse to swim over the water.
  • jurist By his influence and that of his friends, Cornelius Gallus and Alfenus Varus-the former a soldier and poet, the latter an eminent jurist, who both had been fellow-students of Virgil at Rome-Virgil was compensated by an estate in Campania, and introduced to the intimate circle of Octavianus, who, under the terms of the triumvirate, was already absolute ruler of Italy.
  • just Just think of it,-that boy!
  • quest
  • quid I refuse to answer any questions regarding quid pro quo.
  • quiet He could feel the silence wrap around them like a blanket.
  • quilt
  • quint
  • quirt I often quirt my horse when he gets too rocky.
  • quit
  • quite All of my siblings are quite the comedians.
  • quito
  • quits
  • quiz I need to take a quiz.
  • quoit I played quoit with my friends after dinner.
  • quoits
  • squirt
  • suit John has a nice suit.
  • quiets
  • quests
  • QUOT I wonder how much it costs to send a QUOT.
  • QUES Question about the exam.
  • quirts
  • Quixote

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