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Q  () the seventeenth letter of the English alphabet, has ...
q2h  ...
QD  ...
QHS  ...
QNS  ...
Qraspine  (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Grasp ...
Qua  (conj.) In so far as; in the capacity or ...
Qua-bird  (n.) The American night heron. See under Night. ...
Quab  (n.) An unfledged bird; hence, something immature or unfinished. ...
Quab  (v. i.) See Quob, v. i. ...
Quacha  (n.) The quagga. ...
Quack  (v. i.) To utter a sound like the cry ...
Quack  (v. i.) To make vain and loud pretensions; to ...
Quack  (v. i.) To act the part of a quack, ...
Quack  (n.) The cry of the duck, or a sound ...
Quack  (n.) A boastful pretender to medical skill; an empiric; ...
Quack  (n.) Hence, one who boastfully pretends to skill or ...
Quack  (a.) Pertaining to or characterized by, boasting and pretension; ...
Quack grass  () See Quitch grass. ...
Quackeries  (pl. ) of Quackery ...
Quackery  (n.) The acts, arts, or boastful pretensions of a ...
Quacking  (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Quack ...
Quackish  (a.) Like a quack; boasting; characterized by quackery. ...
Quackism  (n.) Quackery. ...
Quackle  (v. i. & t.) To suffocate; to choke. ...
Quackled  (imp. & p. p.) of Quackle ...
Quackling  (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Quackle ...
Quacksalver  (n.) One who boasts of his skill in medicines ...
Quad  (a.) Alt. of Quade ...
Quad  (n.) A quadrat. ...
Quad  (n.) A quadrangle; hence, a prison. ...
Quade  (a.) Evil; bad; baffling; as, a quade wind. ...
Quadra  (n.) The plinth, or lowest member, of any pedestal, ...
Quadra  (n.) A fillet, or listel. ...
Quadrable  (a.) That may be sqyared, or reduced to an ...
Quadrae  (pl. ) of Quadra ...
Quadragenarious  (a.) Consisting of forty; forty years old. ...
Quadragene  (n.) An indulgence of forty days, corresponding to the ...
Quadragesima  (n.) The forty days of fast preceding Easter; Lent. ...
Quadragesimal  (a.) Belonging to Lent; used in Lent; Lenten. ...
Quadragesimals  (n. pl.) Offerings formerly made to the mother church ...
Quadrangle  (n.) A plane figure having four angles, and consequently ...
Quadrangle  (n.) A square or quadrangular space or inclosure, such ...
Quadrangular  (a.) Having four angles, and consequently four sides; tetragonal. ...
Quadrans  (n.) A fourth part of the coin called an ...
Quadrans  (n.) The fourth of a penny; a farthing. See ...
Quadrant  (n.) The fourth part; the quarter. ...
Quadrant  (n.) The quarter of a circle, or of the ...
Quadrant  (n.) One of the four parts into which a ...
Quadrant  (n.) An instrument for measuring altitudes, variously constructed and ...
Quadrantal  (a.) Of or pertaining to a quadrant; also, included ...
Quadrantal  (n.) A cubical vessel containing a Roman cubic foot, ...
Quadrantal  (n.) A cube. ...
quadrantanopsia  ...
Quadrantes  (pl. ) of Quadrans ...
Quadrat  (n.) A block of type metal lower than the ...
Quadrat  (n.) An old instrument used for taking altitudes; -- ...
Quadrate  (a.) Having four equal sides, the opposite sides parallel, ...
Quadrate  (a.) Produced by multiplying a number by itself; square. ...
Quadrate  (a.) Square; even; balanced; equal; exact. ...
Quadrate  (a.) Squared; suited; correspondent. ...
Quadrate  (a.) A plane surface with four equal sides and ...
Quadrate  (a.) An aspect of the heavenly bodies in which ...
Quadrate  (a.) The quadrate bone. ...
Quadrate  (a.) To square; to agree; to suit; to correspond; ...
Quadrate  (v. t.) To adjust (a gun) on its carriage; ...
Quadrated  (imp. & p. p.) of Quadrate ...
Quadratic  (a.) Of or pertaining to a square, or to ...
Quadratic  (a.) Tetragonal. ...
Quadratic  (a.) Pertaining to terms of the second degree; as, ...
Quadratics  (n.) That branch of algebra which treats of quadratic ...
Quadrating  (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Quadrate ...
Quadratojugal  (a.) Of or pertaining to the quadrate and jugal ...
Quadratojugal  (a.) Of or pertaining to the quadratojugal bone. ...
Quadratojugal  (n.) The quadratojugal bone. ...
Quadratrix  (n.) A curve made use of in the quadrature ...
Quadrature  (a.) The act of squaring; the finding of a ...
Quadrature  (a.) A quadrate; a square. ...
Quadrature  (a.) The integral used in obtaining the area bounded ...
Quadrature  (a.) The position of one heavenly body in respect ...
quadratus  ...
Quadrel  (n.) A square piece of turf or peat. ...
Quadrel  (n.) A square brick, tile, or the like. ...
Quadrennial  (a.) Comprising four years; as, a quadrennial period. ...
Quadrennial  (a.) Occurring once in four years, or at the ...
Quadrennially  (adv.) Once in four years. ...
Quadrennium  (n.) A space or period of four years. ...
Quadri-  () A combining form meaning four, four times, fourfold; ...
Quadri-syllabical  () Having four syllables; of or pertaining to quadrisyllables; ...
Quadribasic  (a.) Same as Tetrabasic. ...
Quadrible  (a.) Quadrable. ...
Quadric  (a.) Of or pertaining to the second degree. ...
Quadric  (n.) A quantic of the second degree. See Quantic. ...
Quadric  (n.) A surface whose equation in three variables is ...
Quadricapsular  (a.) Having four capsules. ...
Quadriceps  (n.) The great extensor muscle of the knee, divided ...
Quadricipital  (n.) Of or pertaining to the quadriceps. ...
Quadricorn  (n.) Any quadricornous animal. ...
Quadricornous  (a.) Having four horns, or hornlike organs; as, a ...
Quadricostate  (a.) Having four ribs. ...
Quadridentate  (a.) Having four teeth; as, a quadridentate leaf. ...
Quadriennial  (a.) Same as Quadrennial. ...
Quadrifarious  (a.) Arranged in four rows or ranks; as, quadrifarious ...
Quadrifid  (a.) Divided, or deeply cleft, into four parts; as, ...
Quadrifoil  (a.) Alt. of Quadrifoliate ...
Quadrifoliate  (a.) Four-leaved; having the leaves in whorls of four. ...
Quadrifurcated  (a.) Having four forks, or branches. ...
Quadriga  (n.) A car or chariot drawn by four horses ...
Quadrigae  (pl. ) of Quadriga ...
Quadrigeminal  (a.) Alt. of Quadrigeminous ...
Quadrigeminous  (a.) Fourfold; having four similar parts, or two pairs ...
Quadrigenarious  (a.) Consisting of four hundred. ...
Quadrijugate  (a.) Same as Quadrijugous. ...
Quadrijugous  (a.) Pinnate, with four pairs of leaflets; as, a ...
Quadrilateral  (a.) Having four sides, and consequently four angles; quadrangular. ...
Quadrilateral  (n.) A plane figure having four sides, and consequently ...
Quadrilateral  (n.) An area defended by four fortresses supporting each ...
Quadrilateralness  (n.) The property of being quadrilateral. ...
Quadriliteral  (a.) Consisting of four letters. ...
Quadrille  (n.) A dance having five figures, in common time, ...
Quadrille  (n.) The appropriate music for a quadrille. ...
Quadrille  (n.) A game played by four persons with forty ...
Quadrille  (a.) Marked with squares, generally by thin lines crossing ...
Quadrillion  (n.) According to the French notation, which is followed ...
Quadrilobate  (a.) Alt. of Quadrilobed ...
Quadrilobed  (a.) Having four lobes; as, a quadrilobate leaf. ...
Quadrilocular  (a.) Having four cells, or cavities; as, a quadrilocular ...
Quadrin  (n.) A small piece of money, in value about ...
Quadrinodal  (a.) Possessing four nodes; as, quadrinodal curves. ...
Quadrinomial  (n.) A polynomial of four terms connected by the ...
Quadrinomical  (a.) Quadrinomial. ...
Quadrinominal  (a.) Quadrinomial. ...
quadriparesis  ...
Quadripartite  (a.) Divided into four parts. ...
Quadripartitely  (adv.) In four parts. ...
Quadripartition  (n.) A division or distribution by four, or into ...
Quadripennate  (a.) Having four wings; -- said of insects. ...
Quadriphyllous  (a.) Having four leaves; quadrifoliate. ...
Quadrireme  (n.) A galley with four banks of oars or ...
Quadrisection  (n.) A subdivision into four parts. ...
Quadrisulcate  (a.) Having four hoofs; as, a quadrisulcate foot; a ...
Quadrisyllabic  () Alt. of Quadri-syllabical ...
Quadrisyllable  (n.) A word consisting of four syllables. ...
Quadrivalence  (n.) The quality or state of being quadrivalent; tetravalence. ...
Quadrivalent  (a.) Having a valence of four; capable of combining ...
Quadrivalve  (a.) Dehiscent into four similar parts; four-valved; as, a ...
Quadrivalve  (n.) A door, shutter, or the like, having four ...
Quadrivalvular  (a.) Having four valves; quadrivalve. ...
Quadrivial  (a.) Having four ways meeting in a point. ...
Quadrivial  (n.) One of the four "liberal arts" making up ...
Quadrivium  (n.) The four "liberal arts," arithmetic, music, geometry, and ...
Quadroon  (n.) The offspring of a mulatto and a white ...
Quadroxide  (n.) A tetroxide. ...
Quadrumana  (n. pl.) A division of the Primates comprising the ...
Quadrumane  (n.) One of the Quadrumana. ...
Quadrumanous  (a.) Having four hands; of or pertaining to the ...
Quadruped  (a.) Having four feet. ...
Quadruped  (n.) An animal having four feet, as most mammals ...
Quadrupedal  (a.) Having four feet; of or pertaining to a ...
Quadruplane  (n.) An aeroplane with four superposed main supporting surfaces. ...
Quadruple  (a.) Fourfold; as, to make quadruple restitution; a quadruple ...
Quadruple  (n.) four times the sum or number; a fourfold ...
Quadruple  (v. t.) To multiply by four; to increase fourfold; ...
Quadruple  (v. i.) To be multiplied by four; to increase ...
Quadrupled  (imp. & p. p.) of Quadruple ...
Quadruplet  (n.) A collection or combination of four of a ...
Quadruplet  (n.) Four children born in the same labor. ...
Quadruplet  (n.) A cycle for carrying four riders, so arranged ...
Quadruplex  (a.) Fourfold; folded or doubled twice. ...
Quadruplicate  (v. t.) To make fourfold; to double twice; to ...
Quadruplicate  (a.) Fourfold; doubled twice; four times repeated; as, a ...
Quadruplicate  (a.) Raised to the fourth power. ...
Quadruplicated  (imp. & p. p.) of Quadruplicate ...
Quadruplicating  (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Quadruplicate ...
Quadruplication  (n.) The act of making fourfold; a taking four ...
Quadrupling  (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Quadruple ...
Quadruply  (adv.) To a fourfold quantity; so as to be, ...
Quaere  (v. imperative.) Inquire; question; see; -- used to signify ...
Quaestor  (n.) Same as Questor. ...
Quaff  (v. t.) To drink with relish; to drink copiously ...
Quaff  (v. i.) To drink largely or luxuriously. ...
Quaffed  (imp. & p. p.) of Quaff ...
Quaffer  (n.) One who quaffs, or drinks largely. ...
Quaffing  (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Quaff ...
Quag  (n.) A quagmire. ...
Quagga  (n.) A South African wild ass (Equus, / Hippotigris, ...
Quaggy  (a.) Of the nature of a quagmire; yielding or ...
Quagmire  (n.) Soft, wet, miry land, which shakes or yields ...
Quahaug  (n.) An American market clam (Venus mercenaria). It is ...
Quahog  (n.) Alt. of Quahaug ...
Quaich  (n.) A small shallow cup or drinking vessel. ...
Quaigh  (n.) Alt. of Quaich ...
Quail  (v. i.) To die; to perish; hence, to wither; ...
Quail  (v. i.) To become quelled; to become cast down; ...
Quail  (v. t.) To cause to fail in spirit or ...
Quail  (v. i.) To curdle; to coagulate, as milk. ...
Quail  (n.) Any gallinaceous bird belonging to Coturnix and several ...
Quail  (n.) Any one of several American partridges belonging to ...
Quail  (n.) Any one of numerous species of Turnix and ...
Quail  (n.) A prostitute; -- so called because the quail ...
Quaily  (n.) The upland plover. ...
Quaint  (a.) Prudent; wise; hence, crafty; artful; wily. ...
Quaint  (a.) Characterized by ingenuity or art; finely fashioned; skillfully ...
Quaint  (a.) Curious and fanciful; affected; odd; whimsical; antique; archaic; ...
Quaintise  (n.) Craft; subtlety; cunning. ...
Quaintise  (n.) Elegance; beauty. ...
Quaintly  (adv.) In a quaint manner. ...
Quaintness  (n.) The quality of being quaint. ...
Quair  (n.) A quire; a book. ...
Quake  (v. i.) To be agitated with quick, short motions ...
Quake  (v. i.) To shake, vibrate, or quiver, either from ...
Quake  (v. t.) To cause to quake. ...
Quake  (n.) A tremulous agitation; a quick vibratory movement; a ...
Quaked  (imp. & p. p.) of Quake ...
Quaker  (n.) One who quakes. ...
Quaker  (n.) One of a religious sect founded by George ...
Quaker  (n.) The nankeen bird. ...
Quaker  (n.) The sooty albatross. ...
Quaker  (n.) Any grasshopper or locust of the genus (Edipoda; ...
Quakeress  (n.) A woman who is a member of the ...
Quakerish  (a.) Like or pertaining to a Quaker; Quakerlike. ...
Quakerism  (n.) The peculiar character, manners, tenets, etc., of the ...
Quakerlike  (a.) Like a Quaker. ...
Quakerly  (a.) Resembling Quakers; Quakerlike; Quakerish. ...
Quakery  (n.) Quakerism. ...
Quaketail  (n.) A wagtail. ...
Quaking  (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Quake ...
Quaking  () a. & n. from Quake, v. ...
Quakingly  (adv.) In a quaking manner; fearfully. ...
Quakness  (n.) The state of being quaky; liability to quake. ...
Quaky  (a.) Shaky, or tremulous; quaking. ...
Qualifiable  (a.) Capable of being qualified; abatable; modifiable. ...
Qualification  (n.) The act of qualifying, or the condition of ...
Qualification  (n.) That which qualifies; any natural endowment, or any ...
Qualification  (n.) The act of limiting, or the state of ...
Qualificative  (n.) That which qualifies, modifies, or restricts; a qualifying ...
Qualificator  (n.) An officer whose business it is to examine ...
Qualified  (a.) Fitted by accomplishments or endowments. ...
Qualified  (a.) Modified; limited; as, a qualified statement. ...
Qualified  (imp. & p. p.) of Qualify ...
Qualifiedly  (adv.) In the way of qualification; with modification or ...
Qualifiedness  (n.) The state of being qualified. ...
Qualifier  (n.) One who, or that which, qualifies; that which ...
Qualify  (v. t.) To make such as is required; to ...
Qualify  (v. t.) To give individual quality to; to modulate; ...
Qualify  (v. t.) To reduce from a general, undefined, or ...
Qualify  (v. t.) Hence, to soften; to abate; to diminish; ...
Qualify  (v. t.) To soothe; to cure; -- said of ...
Qualify  (v. i.) To be or become qualified; to be ...
Qualify  (v. i.) To obtain legal power or capacity by ...
Qualifying  (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Qualify ...
Qualitative  (a.) Relating to quality; having the character of quality. ...
Qualitied  (a.) Furnished with qualities; endowed. ...
Qualities  (pl. ) of Quality ...
Quality  (n.) The condition of being of such and such ...
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