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Correct spellings for QUITILY

  • coital
  • courtly Of course Cousin David Beasley came a-running, and was immediately introduced to the whole Hunchberg family, a ceremony which old Bob, who was with the boy, had previously undergone with courtly grace.
  • cuddly "What do you think, Alice," she said, "Lady Jane has four teenty-tinety kittens-the darlingest, most cuddly things!"
  • curtail It may seem strange that all this was called "adherence to the principles of civil and religious liberty," that persons calling for religious toleration in the abstract should refuse to practise it in any number of given cases: but though there was a certain amount of conscious artifice in the use of words, arising from a dim feeling that the profession of tolerant and liberal sentiments was more likely to arouse outside sympathy than a blunt statement of religious prejudice, there was, after all, the idea that the only way to preserve civil and religious liberty in Ireland for anybody was to curtail its exercise in practice by the Roman Catholic and Nationalist portion of the country.
  • curtly "They have certainly helped," she replied curtly.
  • cutely
  • dirtily
  • ductile It is believed that there is sufficient malleable and ductile iron in the soil of Sweden to supply the whole world with this necessary article for a thousand years to come.
  • fitly It contains almost the only facts of a biographical nature which can be fitly introduced into the present work.
  • futile Attempts wiil be futile,it's way to brutal – Blunt Time by Dr. Dre
  • gaudily Bands of music perform in different parts of the extensive grounds, and gaudily-dressed gypsy girls sing and dance after their peculiar and fantastic style.
  • giddily
  • guiltily
  • jauntily The ensign fluttered jauntily in the wind.
  • justly
  • mutely
  • quail Carolina born and bred, Love to hunt the little quail. Got a hundred-acre spread, Got some huntin' dogs for sale. – CATFISH by Bob Dylan
  • quaintly
  • quality I want quality Not quantity – You Look Good On Me by natasha bedingfield
  • quarterly
  • queasily
  • queerly The Colonel looked down at her queerly.
  • quickly She missed her wonted food ; and quickly Poor Fancy stagger'd and grew sickly. – Improvisatore, The by Samuel Taylor Coleridge
  • quietly Alone and resting quietly Just like me [2x] Where are you now? Alone and dreaming frightfully – Just Like Me by Shane Hebert
  • quill A voice recalls me.-- From my window turning I find myself a plumeless biped still; No beak, no claws, no sign of wings discerning,-- In fact with nothing bird-like but my quill. – My Aviary by Oliver Wendell Holmes
  • quilt Come see my quilt Big as the bed Look what I built – Way Up High by galaxie 500
  • quit And now the foe their covert quit, And call his vassals to submit; – Giaour, The by george gordon, lord byron
  • quite Mumma's homemade from scratch but not quite Toasted over flames they be tasting quite right – Superfast Jellyfish by gorillaz
  • quito "No; they are all well," said Domingos; "but sad events have occurred at Quito.
  • quits outwitted but she never quits the trouble witha a band of slits – C'mon Girl by red hot chili peppers
  • quitter and never will be a quitter always have been and always will be a sinner she turned – Girlfriend by hed pe
  • tidily
  • wittily Then one of the girls kissed him; and all at once he began to converse freely and most wittily.
  • Quieting
  • Quitting I've come back from all my quitting I've come back from all my slitting – Shovel by Magic Dirt
  • Italy I'm down with the crew like Mussolini in Italy I rock with The Roots like the Given Tree – History by Mos Def
  • cattily She laughed-quite cattily, Parker!
  • gustily It began to rain gustily, and then settled down to a steady, slogging downpour.
  • quoiting
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