Correct spelling for QUIWT
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Possible correct spellings for quiwt
- quart Measure me a quart of honesty, And I will trade it for a pound weight of my thoughts.
- quid "Oh, no, Mr. Wilton," said Thatcher, impressed, and shifting the quid of tobacco in his lantern jaws.
- quiet But Arenta could not be quiet.
- quilt Then, with shirt and trousers on, he drew the quilt from his bed, took his pillow under his arm, and opened the door into the hall which divided the house from end to end.
- quint Mr. Bonteen, who was a rational man, thought the "Review" would do better if it were called by a more rational name, and was very much in favour of "a quint."
- quirt He had shown men that he was a bad loser, by flying into an ungovernable rage that vented its fury upon Endymion until savage voices cried to him to hold his quirt or he would be jerked from the saddle.
- quit If the earth's velocity could be increased 41 per cent, from 19 up to 27 miles per second, it would have parabolic velocity, and would quit the sun's company.
- quite But we know quite well that their fulfilment is at present impossible.
- quito Huayna Ccapac died at Quito at the age of 80 years.
- quoit I find it as hard to beat you, Lawless, as I do to get my parishioners to come to church, exclaimed the Reverend Frank with a good-humoured laugh as his quoit struck the ground and, having been badly thrown, rolled away.
- QUOT Disertissime Romuli nepotum, Quot sunt quotque fuere, Marce Tulli, Quotque post aliis erunt in annis, Gratias tibi maximas Catullus Agit pessimus omnium poeta, 5 Tanto pessimus omnium poeta Quanto tu optimus omnium patronus.
4 words made from the letters quiwt
Misspelling of the day
- no buts about it
- pi re