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- A hypothetical supersymmetric counterpart to a quark, having a spin of zero instead of one-half.
- A shrill noise, especially made by a voice or bird; a yell, scream, or call.
- A four-digit transponder code used by aircraft for identification or transmission of emergency signals.
- An issue or complaint related to aircraft maintenance.
- The American night heron.
- A warning message indicating a possible error.
- To make a squawking noise; to yell, scream, or call out shrilly.
- To speak out; to protest.
- To report an infraction; to rat on or tattle; to disclose a secret.
- To produce a warning message, indicating a possible error.
- To set or transmit a four-digit transponder code. definition
- A short, high-pitched sound, as of two objects rubbing together, or the calls of small animals.
- A card game similar to group solitaire.
- The sound made by mice in anticipation of being filled with cheese.
- A narrow squeak.
- To emit a short, high-pitched sound.
- To inform, to squeal.
- To speak or sound in a high-pitched manner.
- To empty the pile of 13 cards a player deals to oneself in the card game of the same name.
- To win or progress by a narrow margin.
- Resembling a squawk; raw and grating
- Making squawking sounds.
- Tending to produce a high-pitched sound or squeak.
- Like a quack (fraudulent doctor), or characteristic of quackery.
- Behaviour of a quack; quackery.
- Grown from cuttings planted directly into the ground
- The cuttings used, or the hedge produced by this method
- Characterized by quirks; evasive, tricky.
- A hydrostatic pressure disturbance caused by an earthquake or volcano in the seabed.Underwater Disturbances, Science and the Sea. Washington, U.S. Naval Oceanographic Office (link)
- Something that squawks.
- A person who complains or protests noisily.
- A loudspeaker used for frequencies intermediate between those of a woofer and a tweeter.
- One who or that which squeaks.
- A young user on a voice chat system who has a high-pitched voice.
- A party toy that uncoils with a squeaking sound when blown; a party puffer.
- An informer.
- A game or election won by a narrow margin.
- An animal that squeaks.
- The (
- a frog family.
- a catfish genus.
- A young bird; a cheeper.
- A squab or young domestic pigeon still in the nest.
- A quake occurring on the Sun.
- a small city in Iowa, USA
- A quack or charlatan.
- Suggesting or pertaining to the Quakers.
- The belief system of the members of the Religious Society of Friends, an ostensibly Christian religious denomination that began in England in the 17th century.
- A behaviour, belief, etc. that is characteristic of Quakers.
- The property of being quaky.
- rapidity of movement or activity; agility or dexterity
- Wet sand that things readily sink in, often found near rivers or coasts
- Anything that pulls one down or buries one metaphorically
- A fast foxtrot noted for its complex and intricate footwork.
- To dance the quickstep.
- squawk, the sound of a squawk
- A sound that squeaks.
- A violent tremor or quake that occurs on or near the surface of a star, especially a collapsed star.
- A tremor or quiver of the body.
- Marked by a senseless, disorienting, often menacing complexity.
- Marked by surreal distortion and often a sense of impending danger.
- In the manner of something written by Franz Kafka.
- In a quackish manner.
- The state of being quirky
- A specific quirky aspect of a person or thing
- Resembling a square.
- Resembling a squire or some aspect of one.
- The metal mercury.
- An amalgam of mercury and tin applied to the backs of mirrors, quicksilvering.
- Unpredictable, erratic or fickle; mercurial.
- To overlay with quicksilver.
- To treat with quicksilver.
- In a squawking way; with squawking noises.
- The state of being squeaky
- With a squeaking sound.
- The state or condition of being quackish.
- Like quicksilver.
- In the manner of a squirrel.
- An amalgam of mercury and tin formerly applied to the backs of mirrors.
- Like quicksilver.
- The state or condition of being quickwitted.
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