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- built Behind it is the lighthouse built in 1836, on a hill 187 ft.
- cult Properly understood, therefore, the cult of the skirt-dancer has a religious significance, and man's preoccupation with petticoats is but the popular recognition of the divinity of woman.
- gilt It has 'Sandringham' in gilt letters on the gate.
- guild Guild Socialism, whatever its worth, is a later stage.
- guilt "The sense of guilt had not destroyed in me the sense of duty.
- guilty I am the guilty one-I alone!
- jilt That she should take up with a stranger and jilt an old acquaintance, now is it feasible?"
- kilt It was bare, of course, because I wore my kilt.
- quail The bright light which surrounded Michael revealed to her how instantly his enemies would quail before him, how terrified and amazed they would be!
- quality She was vain of the quality of her past love.
- quid Then he gave a hitch to his trousers, which Is a trick all seamen larn, And having got rid of a thumping quid He spun this painful yarn:- "'Twas in the good ship Nancy Bell That we sailed to the Indian sea, And there on a reef we come to grief, Which has often occurred to me.
- quiet He was quite quiet."
- quill The upper side of their quill feathers is a dark-blue tinged with black.
- quilt On its quilt-padded seat were two men.
- quilted She was dressed like any of the little Acadian maidens of Piziquid, and her blue cap of quilted linen was so tied on as to hide her sunny hair and much of her face; but the danger was that she might betray herself by her speech.
- quirt His quirt is there on the desk.
- quito Population, 946,033. Quito, the capital, has 80,000 inhabitants; Guayaquil, the principal seaport, 26,000. Quito is the highest inhabited city, being 9,500 feet above sea-level.
- Juliet Now I marvel that I should ever have preferred any of his works to "Romeo and Juliet."
- quailed It does appear to me irresistibly funny that you, who, alone and single-handed, have mastered this great world so that it is under your foot, should have quailed before that inoffensive cow, which is harmless as the milk she gives.