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  • await This time Mrs. Ridge introduced herself and invited him politely to await her granddaughter's return.
  • cut And we'll cut it.
  • cwt 13,213. You purchase it from Greenock-two cwt.
  • gut Tom was out of ear-shot before he had collected vituperation enough to hurl back at them, and was, moreover, already in the difficult navigation of the Gut, where, notwithstanding all his efforts, he again ran aground; but, with this exception, he arrived without other mishap at Iffley, where he lay on his sculls with much satisfaction, and shouted, "Lock-lock!"
  • jut Pretty round heaving breasts, a Barbary shape, and a jut with her bum would stir an anchoret: and the prettiest foot!
  • kit You didn't push, Kit?
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  • kuwaiti Kuwaiti 45%, other Arab 35%, South Asian 9%, Iranian 4%, other 7%
  • quaint In a few words he reminded her of that quaint street in the old Italian town, and of the half-ruined Palazzo di Vechi.
  • quart Pour in a quart bottle of Apollinaris water, mix well together, and add a bottle of sparkling burgundy just before serving.
  • quid If it were only for herself, she would very likely think it a reasonable "quid pro quo," and modestly acknowledge that she had no claim to absolutely gratuitous compliment.
  • quiet "Not he," said the Major, overtopping the General's quiet, restrained voice with his falsetto.
  • quilt Jeanne-Marie drew a curtain across the small window, so as to shut out the slanting sunbeams, which were pouring into the room, on to the patchwork quilt and white pillow where the little feverish head lay so uneasily; then, taking up her knitting, she sat down by the bedside, and as she mechanically added row after row to the blue worsted stocking, she reflected.
  • quint As soon as I appeared in the moonlight on the terrace, he had come to me as straight as possible; on which I had taken his hand without a word and led him, through the dark spaces, up the staircase where Quint had so hungrily hovered for him, along the lobby where I had listened and trembled, and so to his forsaken room.
  • quirt And you flogged him with your-quirt?
  • quit He said with a little impatience, "O, quit your nonsense and come over; I will show you that the bridge is perfectly safe;" so saying, he leaped upon it and disappeared in the water.
  • quite I suppose you know, Peggy dear, I've been awfully fond of you for quite a long time.
  • quito While engaged on these measures, he received news that the provinces of Quito, Cayambis, Carangues, Pastos, and Huancavilcas had rebelled.
  • quoit On Zennor Beacon is the famous Zennor Quoit or Cromlech, the largest in Cornwall, and one of the finest in the country.
  • quota The quota of absolute necessities being thus reduced to almost nothing, the quota of superfluities has been able to be extended to almost everything.
  • quote He then goes on to quote the passage, just as he would quote from Barnwall and Adolphus.
  • twit Yet why he disposed to twit A fellow who does such wonderful things With the merest lack of wit?
  • wait No, he must do as he had been doing all along-just wait.
  • wet It's getting dry and I think I'd better hurry home to wet it again, don't you?"
  • whit "No use, Whit," he groaned.
  • white White roses, as in June.
  • wit In truth I do believe her faith in me was so great, that she thought my single wit enough to over-match all the armies of the Spaniards.
  • Git Sometimes I swear I'll git a Chink and be done with it-only I got to have somebody I can talk to oncet in a while.
  • Wot "'You've no idea wot fine, kind-'arted people they are in this village when their 'arts are touched,' he ses, smiling at Henery.
  • Waite On January first, the Falmouth Gazette and Weekly Advertiser, the first newspaper of the town, was published by Benjamin Titcomb and Thomas B. Waite.
  • Witt In deep secrecy De Witt now made preparations for the despatch of a great fleet with orders to sail up the estuary of the Thames and attack the English ships in harbour.
  • QT Use for this 6 large crackers, 1 onion, 6 potatoes, 1 qt. clams.
  • QWERTY 1 cm) capacitive touchscreen LCD at a resolution of 320×480; the screen can be slid along a curved hinge to expose a five-row QWERTY keyboard—as the first releases of Android did not include a virtual keyboard, the keyboard was originally the only method of text input on the device.
  • QUOT Aureli, pater essuritionum, Non harum modo, sed quot aut fuerunt Aut sunt aut aliis erunt in annis, Pedicare cupis meos amores.

4 words made from the letters qwuit

4 letter words made from qwuit:

tuqi, quit.

3 letter words made from qwuit:

wit, tiu.

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Dieceded

  • be disagreeable
  • ceded
  • deceased
  • deced
  • decedent
  • deceived
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  • decided
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