How to spell QUITEA correctly?
If you meant to type "quitea" but it was misspelled, there are several correct alternatives. You may have intended to type "quite", meaning very or rather. Another possibility is "quiet", referring to a lack of noise. Lastly, "quota" could be the intended word, describing a share or portion.
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List of suggestions on how to spell quitea correctly
- quiet The library was quite quiet today.
- Quieted The baby quieted down as soon as the lullaby started playing.
- quieten I asked her to please quieten down so we could do our job.
- Quieter Please be quieter, I am trying to focus on my work.
- Quilter My grandmother was a talented quilter who made beautiful quilts for our family.
- quit I refuse to quit until I reach my destination.
- quite I am quite pleased with my performance in the competition.
- quito I am excited to visit Quito, the capital city of Ecuador.
- quits After months of disagreements, they finally decided to call it quits on their relationship.
- quitter She's not a quitter, she will try her best until she succeeds.
- quota My company requires each employee to meet a daily quota of sales.
- quote I will quote the famous verse from Shakespeare's play.
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