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  • curium By 1944 an observation that curium failed to exhibit oxidation states above 4 (whereas its supposed 6th period homolog, platinum, can reach oxidation state of 6) prompted Glenn Seaborg to formulate a so-called "actinide hypothesis".
  • dictum From the professional dictum of a man like Dr. Forbes Rollinson there can, of course, be no appeal, and if I am to write the account at all, it is but fair that in so doing I should respect the wishes of him who is the lawful proprietor of it.
  • item Numbers came to me to get my opinion and learn the advantages it had over manufacturing in the country, which I always informed them in a heavy business was very great, the item of transportation alone over-balancing the difference between water and steam power.
  • quantum Then I bethink me of the planks and casks 104 Stow'd in the cleft-for fuel quantum suff: I draw the dwarfs-sore chattering, from their tasks, Choose out the morsels least obdurely tough; With these I load the Pigmies-bid them follow- Regain the haven, and review the hollow.
  • quid Quid dormitiones illae quibus ut bene valeant auspicabili salutatione mandatis?"
  • quiet A quiet five o'clock....
  • quietism He had watched with alarm the increasing inwardness of the man he loved, to him always the boy he remembered-an inwardness not towards egoism, for that Ishmael's distrust of individualism, would always prevent, but towards a vague Quietism that enwrapped him more and more.
  • quietude I wondered at his quietude.
  • quietus He had not, I think, any taste for those "manly recreations" which consist chiefly in making the lower animals uncomfortable, or in putting a quietus to their comforts and discomforts along with their lives.
  • quirt I could say to her that a man is hurt and that a doctor must come very quickly to the Quirt ranch.
  • quit When my father's regiment was ordered to Paris, this lady requested that I might remain with her; but my mother refused, telling her sister that she could not, conscientiously as a mother, allow any of her daughters to quit her care for any worldly advantage.
  • quite Quite so, sir, I believe.
  • quito The historians of Quito assert that she was his lawful wife; but this dignity, according to the usages of the empire, was reserved for maidens of the Inca blood.
  • quits Chuck, he quits the next day.
  • quitter "They didn't call him a quitter, though.
  • quoit 7. Aliterium, where the wrestlers anointed themselves with oil. 8. The Area or great court, where running, leaping, and pitching the quoit were performed.
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  • Quieting The chamber where he had been occupied in quieting and soothing the unhappy child was in so distant a part of the castle that he had heard nothing of the knight's hasty departure.
  • Quieter Is he quieter now?
  • Quitting To this end it was necessary to quiet the minds of his people, and to prevent their quitting his service.
  • Quoting
  • Tim
  • quiets When I feel very cross and angry I read Gibbon, whose profound philosophy and easy though majestic writing soon quiets me down, and in an hour I feel at peace with all the world.
  • QUOT
  • quirts Even the steel-wire muscles of Black Bart were weakening under the tremendous labors of that day, and as he scouted ahead his head was low and his red tongue lolled, and surest sign of all, the bushy tail drooped; yet it was time to make a new call upon both wolf-dog and horse, for the posse was racing after him as before, giving even the fresh, willing mounts the urge of spurs and quirts.
  • Cutie Coney Island (1943 film), a musical film starring Betty Grable Coney Island (1991 film), a documentary film about the island Music "Coney Island" (song), a 1989 spoken-word piece by Van Morrison, about his memories of a place of the same name in County Down "Coney Island", a song from the 2001 album The Photo Album by Death Cab for Cutie "Coney Island", a song from the 2010 album Butterfly House by The Coral
  • quoiting

17 words made from the letters quitium

4 letter words made from quitium:

muti, mutu, quit, tumi, tuqi, itum, umit, tumu, timu, umut, uitm.

3 letter words made from quitium:

mut, utu, qum, tiu, tum, mit.

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