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Correct spellings for QOUET
- cot Once she sprang nervously to her feet and passed over to the cot.
- cote Kitty and Eileen she met often in the Cloud Cote, but always withdrew as quickly as possible to her own room to leave Eveley alone with her friends.
- court A guard took these away to-day, and they are to be court-martialled to-morrow.
- cut Cut off like that."
- cute He had been called "cute" a couple of times.
- get He didn't get it, did he?
- gout Accursed luck-that gout which had sent him to Wiesbaden, last September!
- gouty Up betimes, and after a little breakfast, and a very poor one, like our supper, and such as I cannot feed on, because of my she-cozen Claxton's gouty hands; and after Roger had carried me up and down his house and orchards, to show me them, I mounted, and rode to Huntingdon, and so to Brampton; where I found my father and two brothers, and Mr. Cooke, my mother and sister.
- gut My first impulse is to snap the gut and take to my heels, but I am held by something less tangible but far more powerful than the grip of the Limerick hook in my ear.
- jet Above the wide shoulders is a big, high-colored face, and wabblin' kind of unsteady on top of her head is a black velvet hat with jet decorations.
- jot I jumped out of bed seven times in twenty minutes and struck seven matches so I could see to jot down the points.
- jut The fast lands of the Missouri shore here jut into the river, and I examined, at this point, a remarkable bed of white clay, which is extensively employed by the local mechanics for chalk, but which is wholly destitute of carbonic acid.
- jute Originally all jute yarns for warp were wound on to flanged bobbins very similar to, but larger than, those which are at present used for the linen trade.
- out Out with it, now!"
- Got Think I got it?