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Correct spellings for QUCKER

  • joker "Grandpa, you're such a joker!
  • junker Here are two notices from the advertisement columns of the Lokal Anzeiger, which seem to me to contrast the real Spartan and the Junker: To all old soldiers of the Prince Moritz of Anhalt-Dessau Fifth Pomeranian Infantry Regt.
  • kicker She had not yet learned the first lesson of freedom, that is, when and how to resist, in the faith that resistance to tyrants is obedience to truth; that the irrepressible kicker against tyranny, as Dr. Wilson observes, is the only true freeman.
  • pucker On his brow was a pucker of deep thought, whilst his eyes shone with a look which seemed to have gathered from his surroundings much of the cunning which belongs to the creatures of the forest.
  • quack
  • quackery Whereupon the Baron called this preservative "Catholic quackery," and was annoyed that she made no reply to his attack.
  • quake She did not see Willan lying on the ground underneath, and she did not think that Willan might be hearing her song; and yet was her head full of Willan Blaycke as she went down the staircase, and not a little did she quake at the thought of seeing him below.
  • quaker Stalwart Mr. Reynolds, the master of the house, could easily walk under its stony arch without removing his broad- brimmed Quaker hat.
  • quakers Why did George Fox forbid Quakers to fight for the Right like other brave men?
  • quick From Odessa to Constantinople they had a quick and safe passage.
  • quicken The beating had begun to quicken a little, to harden into a distinct throbbing.
  • quicker The fight did not last long, for as soon as he was near enough I gave him a thrust which has never failed me, and sent him back quicker than he came.
  • tucker Tucker of the Second Regiment carried out of the woods and put on a stretcher and then shot dead after he was on the stretcher.
  • Quaked He must teach them to silence their conscience and the voice of Roman rectitude; he must take on himself the whole responsibility of this deed, at which the timid quaked.
  • Quaky
  • quakes
  • quacked
  • duckier
  • quirkier
  • cockier
  • luckier
  • arm-twists
  • ex-probation