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Quaighs

kweɪk

Meanings of Quaighs:

noun

A shallow drinking cup, typically made of wood and having two handles.

Usage examples:

In appreciation of his 18 years of service to the town, mr ferguson was presented with a print of b…

Quail

kweɪl

Meanings of Quail:

noun

A small short-tailed old world game bird resembling a tiny partridge, typically having brown camouflaged plumage.

Usage examples:

Birds such as grouse, crows, quail, partridge, nightjars, cuckoos, shrikes, larks, pipits, merlins,…
verb

Feel or show fear or apprehension.

Usage examples:

She quailed at his heartless words

Meanings of Quailed:

verb

Feel or show fear or apprehension.

Usage examples:

She quailed at his heartless words
noun

A small short-tailed old world game bird resembling a tiny partridge, typically having brown camouflaged plumage.

Usage examples:

Birds such as grouse, crows, quail, partridge, nightjars, cuckoos, shrikes, larks, pipits, merlins,…

Meanings of Quaileries:

noun

A place where quails are kept, especially to be fattened for food.

Meanings of Quailery:

noun

A place where quails are kept, especially to be fattened for food.

Meanings of Quailing:

verb

Feel or show fear or apprehension.

Usage examples:

She quailed at his heartless words
noun

A small short-tailed old world game bird resembling a tiny partridge, typically having brown camouflaged plumage.

Usage examples:

Birds such as grouse, crows, quail, partridge, nightjars, cuckoos, shrikes, larks, pipits, merlins,…

Quails

kweɪl

Meanings of Quails:

noun

A small short-tailed old world game bird resembling a tiny partridge, typically having brown camouflaged plumage.

Usage examples:

Birds such as grouse, crows, quail, partridge, nightjars, cuckoos, shrikes, larks, pipits, merlins,…
verb

Feel or show fear or apprehension.

Usage examples:

She quailed at his heartless words

Quaint

kweɪnt

Meanings of Quaint:

adjective

Attractively unusual or old-fashioned.

Usage examples:

Quaint country cottages

Quainter

kweɪnt

Meanings of Quainter:

adjective

Attractively unusual or old-fashioned.

Usage examples:

Quaint country cottages

Meanings of Quaintest:

adjective

Attractively unusual or old-fashioned.

Usage examples:

Quaint country cottages

Meanings of Quaintish:

adjective

Somewhat quaint.

Quaintly

ˈkweɪnt.li

Meanings of Quaintly:

adverb

In an attractively unusual or old-fashioned manner.

Usage examples:

Quaintly named cottages

Quaintness

ˈkweɪnt.nəs

Meanings of Quaintness:

noun

The quality of being attractive because of being unusual, and often old-fashioned

Usage examples:

They miss green bay's small-town quaintness and sense of community., there does seem to be an unlik…

Meanings of Quake:

verb

(especially of the earth) shake or tremble.

Usage examples:

The rumbling vibrations set the whole valley quaking
noun

An earthquake.

Usage examples:

A big quake east of the rocky mountains

Meanings of Quake in one’s boots:

phrase

Tremble with fear or apprehension.

Usage examples:

This whole situation must have some people in hollywood quaking in their boots

Quaked

kweɪk

Meanings of Quaked:

verb

(especially of the earth) shake or tremble.

Usage examples:

The rumbling vibrations set the whole valley quaking
noun

An earthquake.

Usage examples:

A big quake east of the rocky mountains

Quaker

ˈkweɪ.kər

Meanings of Quaker:

noun

A member of the religious society of friends, a christian movement founded by george fox c. 1650 and devoted to peaceful principles. central to the quakers' belief is the doctrine of the ‘inner light’, or sense of christ's direct working in the soul. this has led them to reject both formal ministry and all set forms of worship.

Usage examples:

A quaker burial ground

Meanings of Quakerdom:

noun

Quakers collectively; quakerism.

Meanings of Quakeress:

noun

A female quaker.

Meanings of Quakerly:

adjective

Resembling, befitting, or characteristic of a quaker; quaker-like.

Quakers

ˈkweɪ.kər

Meanings of Quakers:

noun

A member of the religious society of friends, a christian movement founded by george fox c. 1650 and devoted to peaceful principles. central to the quakers' belief is the doctrine of the ‘inner light’, or sense of christ's direct working in the soul. this has led them to reject both formal ministry and all set forms of worship.

Usage examples:

A quaker burial ground

Quakes

kweɪk

Meanings of Quakes:

verb

(especially of the earth) shake or tremble.

Usage examples:

The rumbling vibrations set the whole valley quaking
noun

An earthquake.

Usage examples:

A big quake east of the rocky mountains

Meanings of Quakiness:

noun

The quality or condition of being quaky.

Quaking

kweɪk

Meanings of Quaking:

verb

(especially of the earth) shake or tremble.

Usage examples:

The rumbling vibrations set the whole valley quaking
noun

An earthquake.

Usage examples:

A big quake east of the rocky mountains

Meanings of Quakingly:

adverb

Tremblingly; with quaking or fear.

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