How to spell REQUIT correctly?

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List of suggestions on how to spell requit correctly

  • acquit There was not a shadow of doubt in his mind that his neighbors, men who had known him all his life, and his father before him, would acquit him of all blame in the matter and set him free.
  • equity In fact, Gamelyn is probably the literary ancestor of "bold Robin Hood," and stands for an English ideal of justice and equity, against legal oppression and wickedness in high places.
  • eruct
  • quid
  • quiet She slept in silence.
  • quirt I'll give her a good quirt for her rebellious behavior.
  • quit
  • quite
  • quito I'm visiting Quito for a few weeks.
  • quoit
  • react
  • rebut I refute your allegation that the Joneses are unethical.
  • recruit He was trying to recruit new members to the squad.
  • refit
  • reid He was elected to the Senate in 2008.
  • reit The horses were reined in and the carriage came to a stop.
  • remit
  • request
  • requiem A requiem was sung for the departed.
  • require What are the requirements for this job?
  • required You are required to wear a dress to the party.
  • requisite It is important that you have therequisite documents in order to attend the upcoming meeting.
  • requital His wrath was requited with a beating.
  • requite I need to write her a thank-you note for requiting my favor.
  • requited When she asked him to the dance, he reluctantly accepted.
  • reunite
  • rout I will go straight to the store.
  • rut The rut was wide and deep.
  • Requiting Requiting a gift seals an agreement between two people.
  • Requiter Do you have a requiter's email address?
  • QUOT I think she likes me, she always says "quot" when we're talking
  • reedit I reedit my old essay for a contest.
  • requites I thank you for your offers of assistance.
  • requiters Some people requite Christmas cards with flowers and other presents.
  • resit
  • reequip I am going to have to reequip my office with new furniture.

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