How to spell REQUST correctly?

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List of suggestions on how to spell requst correctly

  • bequest Her grandmother's bequest was a million dollars that she used to start her own business.
  • crest The crest of the wave was high and foamy.
  • crust I love a thick and crispy crust on my pizza.
  • gust The gust of wind blew away the pile of leaves.
  • jest He made a jest about her outfit that made her laugh.
  • just I'm just going to grab my coat and then we can leave.
  • quest
  • readjust After her move to a new apartment, she needed some time to readjust to the different layout.
  • recast
  • recurs The problem recurs every time we try to start the machine.
  • rehnquist William Rehnquist was the 16th Chief Justice of the United States.
  • repast After a long hike, we sat down to enjoy a delicious repast of sandwiches, fruit, and sparkling water.
  • request
  • requested
  • Requester Tom wants to know who the requester is for his new software.
  • requests Please send all requests for information through our website's contact form.
  • requisite The requisite qualifications for the job include a college degree and minimum of 3 years of experience.
  • requite I will do my best to requite your kindness.
  • Requiter In Roxanne's room, there was a requiter doll, which asked for hugs.
  • requites He requites her love with dedication and affection.
  • RESAT I decide to resat my finals.
  • reset After experiencing technical issues, I had to reset my computer to fix the problem.
  • resist I couldn't resist the temptation to eat that delicious slice of cake.
  • resit
  • rest
  • RETEST It is always a good idea to retest in order to ensure accuracy.
  • reused I reused the plastic bag to carry my groceries.
  • robust The new software has a robust security system that eliminates any risk of unauthorized access.
  • Roust I tried to roust my drunk friend but he was too drunk to move.
  • rust
  • rusty The old bicycle had a rusty frame and flat tires.
  • wrest The wrestler was able to wrest the championship title from his opponent.

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