How to spell QUOYE correctly?

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List of suggestions on how to spell quoye correctly

  • buyer No one, with Pat as buyer, would be able to catch or to keep the General's trade.
  • bye "Good-bye, then, dear Miss Stuart.
  • coy If you like laughter's silver sound Why have you dealt me such a wound, If youth and beauty look askance At glum and heavy countenance, Why is it coy and cruel, Adding to my fire more fuel?
  • cue A man invariably takes his cue.
  • dye "Then they must have discovered in me a criminal of the deepest dye!
  • eye Just as soon as he took his eye off him, things went wrong.
  • foyer He was surrounded by an admiring crowd when he walked in the foyer.
  • goya
  • guy We went to the party with the guy who always brings the best energy.
  • joy I felt such joy when I saw my new car.
  • joyce My grandmother passed away last week and I miss her joy.
  • lye The swimmer needed to wash off the yeasty feel before diving into the competitive pool.
  • quake
  • quay I was aboard the ship that docked at the quay.
  • queen My grandmother is a queen.
  • query Can you please query the database for me?
  • queue I had to wait in line at the store.
  • quiet
  • quine A quine is a type of program that resembles a theorem statement in an actual calculable mathematical text.
  • quire She inquired about the price of the car.
  • quite The party was quite lively.
  • quoin
  • quoit The quoit is a type of throwing obstacle found in many sport disciplines.
  • quota I am not comfortable with the quota system.
  • quote They said that quote-unquote, they had a dream.
  • rye I prefer rye whiskey over bourbon.
  • sequoya
  • yoke
  • Aye "Marget's aye richt, neebours, and she's put the word on it noo.
  • Boyer Ancona, Bergen, Boyer, Brooks, Chanler, Dawson, Denison, Eldridge, Finck, Glossbrenner, Goodyear, Grider, Aaron Harding, Hogan, James M. Humphrey, Johnson, Kerr, Le Blond, McCullough, Niblack, Nicholson, Noell, Radford, Samuel J. Randall, Ritter, Rogers, Ross, Shanklin, Sitgreaves, Strouse, Tabor, Taylor, Thornton, Trimble, Winfield, and Wright.
  • Guyed
  • Joe I can't believe that Joe is coming to the party.
  • Joyed I was joyed to see my old friends at the reunion.
  • Qua I cannot believe that she would do something so Qua
  • Quaky I always feel a bit quaky after eating certain types of cheese.
  • Que
  • Quoth She quoth, "I wonder what happened to my cloak.
  • Ye Your eyes are like two pools of blue water.
  • Skye The sky is a vast and endless canvas.
  • Kaye I know Kaye through work.
  • QOM The quanta of energy are fascinating.
  • QTY I will have a QTY of ten stars.
  • QUOT I always quote Shakespeare when I give a speech.
  • QUES I'm not sure I want to eat that quesadilla.
  • quays The boatload of tourists took a picture of the historic quays.
  • coyer She was a coquette who played with men like a toy.

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