Spellcheck dictionary
  • Spellcheck dictionary
  • Misspelling dictionary
  • Singular form dictionary
  • Plural form dictionary
  • Past tense form dictionary
  • Present tense form dictionary

How to Pronounce Quoll?

Correct pronunciation for the word "Quoll" is [kwˈɒl], [kwˈɒl], [k_w_ˈɒ_l].

What are the misspellings for Quoll?

"Quoll" in context

The Quoll, or sometimes called the Eastern quoll, is a small carnivorous marsupials native to mainland Australia, Tasmania, and New Guinea. Quolls have short, brown fur, with five white spots on their back, and an orange-brown tail. They have a long muzzle, short legs, and a long, bushy tail. Quolls have a wide diet, consisting of birds, snakes, lizards, invertebrates and carrion. They are primarily nocturnal, and can often be found in hollow tree trunks, or amongst rock and logs.

Usage over time for Quoll:

This graph shows how "Quoll" have occurred between 1800 and 2008 in a corpus of English books.


Add the infographic to your website:

Word of the day


  • c fv
  • cf v
  • cfb