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QUAIL 
to faint,languid
QUAINT 
curiously beautiful 
QUAKE 
to cause to tremble 
QUALIFY 
to moderate
QUALITY 
those of the same nature Rank or condition 
QUARREL 
a suit, cause 
QUARRY 
game, a heap of game 

QUART D'ECU 
a quarter crown 
QUARTER 
the post allotted to a soldier 
QUAT 
a pimple; used in contempt of a person 
QUEASY 
squeamish, unsettled 
QUELL 
murder 
QUENCH 
to grow cool 
QUERN 
a hand-mill

QUEST 
enquiry, search, inquest, jury 
QUESTRIST 
one who goes in search of another 
QUICK 
so far gone in pregnancy that the child is alive 
QUICKEN 
to come to life 
QUIDDIT 
a subtle question 
QUILLET 
a subtle case in law 
QUINTAIN 
a post for tilting
QUIP 
sharp jest, a taunt 
QUIRE 
to sing in concert 
QUIT 
to requite, respond 
QUITANCE 
requital 
QUIVER 
active 
QUOTE 
to note 
William Shakespeare Education - the Elizabethan Alphabet - Differences only 24 letters - Deciphering manuscripts of the era
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