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- cute I said: "No, sir," so that was my only personal meeting with Hughes; but I gather he was extremely cute and cunning, which is quite possible from the general make-up of his head. Ain't he cute? The man in the Santa suit – The Man In The Santa Suit by Fountains of Wayne
- jute But if the Jutes were not distinct from the Danes, then we have an argument against the "Jute-theory."
- kite Mixed ready to begin the morning right, Like the ingredients of a witches' broth-- A snow-drop spider, a flower like a froth, And dead wings carried like a paper kite. – Design by Robert Lee Frost
- quid He used to take the train from old Parnassus to Madrid Hustles up a little under fifty quid – Minor Stab by Andrew Bird's Bowl Of Fire
- quiet Kid, my only kid You look so small, you've gone so quiet I know, you know What I'm about, I won't deny it – Kid by everything but the girl
- quilt Look what you've built Now are you proud of your deceitful quilt? – Lemonade by Tsunami Bomb
- quirt For even yet his suspicions were not all at rest, already he rode with reins and quirt in the grip of his left hand, the right caught in the loose band of his chaps.
- quit By now, others would have quit Thrown the towel in, and admit – Throwing Good Love After Bad by Conway Twitty
- quite We did our last song for the night Then we crawled into bed for some peace and quite – Singing In Vietnam Talking Blues by Johnny Cash
- quito A junction of the forces of the two great leaders was perfectly feasible, after the last important foothold of the Spaniards on the coast of Venezuela had been broken by the Battle of Carabobo, on July 24, 1821. Whether such a union would be made, however, depended upon two things: the ultimate disposition of the province of Quito, lying between Colombia and Peru, and the attitude which Bolivar and San Martin themselves should assume toward each other.
- quits And two blocks from where he sits, Two young lovers call it quits. – A Minute And A Half by Chris Cummings
- quitter Not a quitter, but a single rider, dancer slash undercover spitter – Everything New by Natalie
- quote Picture me, pen in hand writing lines knowing the source'll quote it When I die, they'll read this and say a genius wrote it – Patiently Waiting by Eminem