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  • quiet That will quiet him.
  • quieten Sylvia went a step or two nearer to her mother, and took hold of her hand as if to quieten her; then facing once more round, she said deliberately to Kester,- 'If thou wasn't Kester, I'd niver forgive thee.
  • quirt It stretched broad across his course, and he struck Volador with the quirt, for he recognized it as the mountain, and knew that he must ride in earnest now.
  • quit The last man to quit was the brave captain of the ship.
  • quite I am quite myself.
  • quito My uncle was much pleased with him, and Arthur gratefully accepted the proposal that he should accompany us to Quito.
  • quitter I've experienced a-a-" "You quitter!"
  • quoit On the scaffold were seen two posts painted black, a chair, and a bench, on which were placed heavy iron mallets, and an instrument with a long handle, and an immense iron weight shaped like a quoit at the end of it; there were, besides, several large St. Andrew's crosses of wood, and the same number of wheels, and many other instruments of torture.
  • quote Tug did not mingle with the people a great deal, but he knew about what they were saying, and when talking to Silas he did not hesitate to quote them to substantiate any position he saw fit to take.
  • Quieted Stas quieted him as well as he could from fear that some injury might be done to him.
  • Quieter "Let me see," said the Old Man, in a quieter tone.
  • quiets It quiets and subdues the troubled emotions; it drives away cares and anxieties; it strengthens, refreshes and encourages the soul; it draws the mind unconsciously from external things, lifts up the soul to joyful adoration, and thus prepares us to worship in spirit and in truth.
  • Cutie Let you run off to Atlanta and you meet some young cutie and...
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