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- quart One quart of sugar-house molasses. I'm such an expert, I pull you quick, stop your concert I drop my interludes sharp now, words and inserts Back your face up, while sound man turn the bass up You wearin' makeup, your skirt is short, sippin' a quart – All The Time by Kool Keith
- quid These are the facts of life which Horace must have had in view, when he lamented the uselessness of all advice:- quid eternis minorem Consiliis animum fatigas? Haha lad you see what I just did? I just dropped the bandit, only spent a quid – Bandits by reverend and the makers
- quiet Just keep quiet, now, and don't think of anything. Hush, quiet While I'm listening to your breathing I'm trying But the view takes over me – Speechless by KELLY PRICE
- quilt "Why, yes, Mehetabel," she said, leaning far down into the huge churn for the last golden morsels-"why, yes, start another quilt if you want to. and the walls had already built and it's soft like this story quilt – Punk Rocker by Ashlea Widow
- quint Quint shook his head impatiently, apparently preoccupied with other thoughts.
- quirt There had been no saddle, no bridle, no spurs, no quirt-nevertheless, he must not be controlled by the hand of any man!
- quit You're not the kind to quit, Tom! Got me a habit that I surely got to quit Ain't got a habit, just hooked a little bit – Talk Good Boogie by Waylon Jennings
- quite I quite understand, sir. But that ain't nothin' like the lonely in my heart tonight Well, it might come close, but not quite – Nothin' Like the Lonely by Patty Loveless
- quito To conciliate the affections of his new subjects, he married a daughter of the ancient king of Quito, who was not of the race of Incas.
- quoit 25. The prodigious weight and size of the quoit is described with the simplicity of the orientals, and in the manner of the heroic ages.