Correct spelling for QYUITE

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Possible correct spellings for qyuite

  • cute In the absence of any answer from Jimmy, Alfred appealed to Zoie, "Isn't he a cute one, dear?"
  • jute The Jute-theory would therefore still be untenable on the ground of the name, even though it were laboriously proved that, from the historical and geographical standpoint, there was more to be said for it than had hitherto been recognized.
  • kite Now, if he could only get this string to cut sharply across the string of another kite, the latter cord would be severed, and he could proudly claim the vanquished kite as his own.
  • quid He concentrated his thoughts on the prayer from the Imitation: "Domine, dummodo voluntas mea recta et firma ad te permaneat, fac de me quid-quid tibi placuerit."
  • quiet So they give themselves up-just go get a bit o' quiet.
  • quilt He points out also that the idea of the quilt on which the Ariadne story was represented was borrowed from Apollonius, i.
  • quint Never mentioned her in connection with Quint?
  • quirt Get out of my way," he bellowed with an ominous threat of the quirt.
  • quit I went to de stable ez soon ez de rain quit to tek a look at 'im, 'n' he hab come to be feed, suh, sho'!"
  • quite There was a knot of people standing in front of the saddler's, and another-quite a little crowd-in front of the butcher's; all were talking excitedly, nodding their heads, and gesticulating.
  • quito That no place might be left to conquer, the Inca ordered his son to return with a view to the subjugation of the parts of Quito.
  • quitter Do you call me a quitter?
  • quoit Dolmens of simple type are not common in England, though they occur with comparative frequency in Wales, where the best known are the so-called Arthur's Quoit near Swansea, the dolmen of Pentre Ifan in Pembrokeshire, and that of Plas Newydd on the Menai Strait: in Anglesey they are quite common.
  • quote
  • Gite Adented prowess to the gite of witte.
  • Quieted She had so many adventures to tell me that it was two o'clock before we quieted down.
  • Quieter It was winter, and while Joseph wondered what he should do the keeper of the inn showed them the stable where the gentle oxen and asses were kept, and where it was much quieter than in the noisy yard and crowded rooms of the inn.
  • Quilter We fully admit that it is extremely amusing and, no doubt, Mr. Quilter is quite earnest in his endeavours to elevate art to the dignity of manual labour, but the extraordinary vulgarity of the style alone will always be sufficient to prevent these Sententiae Artis from being anything more than curiosities of literature.
  • yurt
  • QUOT
  • Quixote "You remind me of Don Quixote," said Sir Wilton's voice.
  • Cutie Miss Mattie Gaskett, whose eyes were nearly as large as Mr. Cone's at this version of the encounter, was standing behind him with " Cutie" in a wicker basket.
  • quoited

23 words made from the letters qyuite

4 letter words made from qyuite:

etui, yuet, yuqi, yeti, equi, qiyu, yute, tiye, quit, yetu, tieu, quyi, tuqi.

5 letter words made from qyuite:

quity, quite, quiet, quyte, qiyue.

3 letter words made from qyuite:

yet, ute, tiu, yue, tie.

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