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- A member of the (Latin: ordo equester), the lower of the two aristocratic classes of Ancient Rome, ranking below the patricians.
- The use of analogy as precedent in Shari'a jurisprudence.
- quadriceps (thigh muscles)
- four of a kind
- To defeat forcibly.
- To crush or dash to pieces.
- To void or suppress (a subpoena, decision, etc.).
- to drink deeply; to quaff.
- On equal monetary terms; neither owing or being owed.
- A monetary unit in Saudi Arabia equivalent to a twentieth of a rial.
- A baby pigeon or dove.
- The meat of a squab (i.e. a young (domestic) pigeon or dove) used as food.
- A baby rook.
- A thick cushion, especially a flat one covering the seat of a chair or sofa.
- A person of a short, fat figure.
- To fall plump; to strike at one dash, or with a heavy stroke.
- To furnish with squabs, or cushions.
- Fat; thick; plump; bulky.
- Unfledged; unfeathered.
- With a heavy fall; plump.
- A group of people organized for some common purpose, usually of about ten members.
- A unit of tactical military personnel, or of police officers, usually of about ten members.
- A group of potential players from whom a starting team and substitutes are chosen.
- One's friend group, taken collectively; one's peeps.
- Sloppy mud.
- An oilskin hat; a southwester.
- Relatively short or low, and thick or broad.
- Sitting on the hams or heels; sitting close to the ground; cowering; crouching.
- A position assumed by bending deeply at the knees while resting on one's feet.
- A specific exercise in weightlifting performed by bending deeply at the knees and then rising, especially with a barbell resting across the shoulders.
- A building occupied without permission, as practiced by a squatter.
- A toilet used by squatting as opposed to sitting; a
- Something of no value; nothing.
- A sudden or crushing fall.
- A small vein of ore.
- A mineral consisting of tin ore and spar.
- To bend deeply at the knees while resting on one's feet.
- To exercise by bending deeply at the knees and then rising, while bearing weight across the shoulders or upper back.
- To occupy or reside in a place without the permission of the owner.
- To sit close to the ground; to cower; to stoop, or lie close, to escape observation, as a partridge or rabbit.
- To bruise or flatten by a fall; to squash.
- The angel shark (genus
- A woman, wife; especially a Native American woman.
- To undergo squegging.
- A small firework that is intended to spew sparks rather than explode.
- A similar device used to ignite an explosive or launch a rocket, etc.
- A kind of slow match or safety fuse.
- Any small firecracker sold to the general public. Usually available in special clusters designed to explode in series after a single master fuze is lit.
- The heating element used to set off the sodium azide pellets in a vehicle's airbag.
- A small explosive used to replicate a bullet hitting a surface.
- A short piece of witty writing; a lampoon.
- A writer of lampoons.
- In a legal casebook, a short summary of a legal action placed between more extensively quoted cases.
- A short article, often published in journals, that introduces theoretically problematic empirical data or discusses an overlooked theoretical problem. In contrast to a typical article, a squib need not answer the questions that it poses.
- An unimportant, paltry, or mean-spirited person.
- A sketched concept or visual solution, usually very quick and not too detailed. A word most commonly used within the Graphic Design industry.
- To make a sound such as a small explosion.
- To throw squibs; to utter sarcastic or severe reflections; to contend in petty dispute.
- A person of low status.
- Nonsense; amusing stories.
- To disconnect (an IRC server) from a network.
- A former currency unit of Yemen.
- Dense Mediterranean coastal scrub.
- The French resistance movement during World War II, or other similar movements elsewhere.
- A place of worship for Muslims, often having at least one minaret; a masjid.
- National Association of Securities Dealers Automated Quotations, an electronic stock market.
- Experiencing or causing nausea or uneasiness, often characterized by an unsettled stomach.
- Easily troubled; squeamish.
- A a painful pus-filled inflammation or abscess of the tonsils and surrounding tissues, usually a complication of tonsillitis, caused by bacterial infection and often accompanied by fever.
- A competitive game in which players throw rings, aiming to land them over vertical sticks.
- Any of various small gold coins minted in Italy and Turkey.
- A sparkling spangle used for the decoration of ornate clothing.
- To throw weighted sticks at small animals.
- To throw anything about awkwardly or irregularly.
- A squall line, multicell line, or part of a squall line.
- A sudden storm, as found in a squall line.
- To cry or wail loudly.
- A scale cast off from the skin; a thin dry shred of epithelium.
- A scale (of metal, or on the eyes etc.).
- The scale, or exopodite, of an antenna of a crustacean.
- A flake of dead skin tissue.
- A hypothetical supersymmetric counterpart to a quark, having a spin of zero instead of one-half.
- A sport played in a walled court with a soft rubber ball and bats like tennis racquets.
- A soft drink made from a fruit-based concentrate diluted with water.
- A place or a situation where people have limited space to move.
- Something soft and easily crushed; especially, an unripe pod of peas.
- Something unripe or soft.
- A sudden fall of a heavy, soft body; also, a shock of soft bodies.
- An extremely one-sided, usually short, match.
- To beat or press into pulp or a flat mass; to crush.
- To compress or restrict (oneself) into a small space; to squeeze.
- To suppress; to force into submission.
- to be hit by the vegetable described below
- A plant and its fruit of any of a few species of the genus Cucurbita, or gourd kind.
- Cucurbita maxima, including and some varieties of pumpkins.
- Cucurbita moschata, butternut squash,
- Cucurbita pepo, most pumpkins, acorn squash, summer squash, zucchini.
- Any other similar-looking plant of other genera.
- Lagenaria siceraria (syn. calabash,
- The edible or decorative fruit of these plants, or this fruit prepared as a dish.
- 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.
- A high-pitched sound, such as the scream of a child, or noisy worn-down brake pads.
- To scream with a shrill, prolonged sound.
- To give sensitive information about someone to a third party; to rat on someone.
- A European bulbous liliaceous plant, of the genus Scilla, used in medicine for its acrid, expectorant, diuretic, and emetic properties
- A mantis shrimp, from the Mediterranean
- To look with the eyes partly closed, as in bright sunlight, or as a threatening expression.
- To look or glance sideways.
- To look with, or have eyes that are turned in different directions; to suffer from strabismus.
- To have an indirect bearing, reference, or implication; to have an allusion to, or inclination towards, something.
- To be not quite straight, off-centred; to deviate from a true line; to run obliquely.
- To turn to an oblique position; to direct obliquely.
- An expression in which the eyes are partly closed.
- The look of eyes which are turned in different directions, as in strabismus.
- quick or sideways glance.
- A short look.
- A hagioscope.
- The angle by which the transmission signal is offset from the normal of a phased array antenna.
- askew, not level
- To twist one’s body with snakelike motions.
- To twist in discomfort, especially from shame or embarrassment.
- To evade (a question, an interviewer etc).
- To move in a slow, irregular motion.
- A twisting, snakelike movement of the body.
- An instrument from which a liquid is forcefully ejected in a small, quick stream.
- A small, quick stream; a jet.
- The whole system of flow in the vicinity of a source.
- A burst of noise.
- An annoyingly pretentious person; a whippersnapper.
- A small child.
- Female ejaculate.
- To be thrown out, or ejected, in a rapid stream, from a narrow orifice.
- To cause to be ejected, in a rapid stream, from a narrow orifice.
- To hit with a rapid stream of liquid.
- To throw out or utter words rapidly; to prate.
- To ejaculate.
- The sound or action of something, especially something moist, being squeezed or crushed.
- A political moderate (term used by conservative activists in the 1980s).
- To squeeze, compress, or crush (especially something moist).
- squishy; tending to squash or squelch
- A squashing or squelching sound.
- Acquisition; the thing gained.
- property acquired by purchase, gift, or otherwise than by inheritance.
- Acquisition; gain.
- Consisting mostly of water.
- Looking sideways, as though warily.
- With narrowed eyes.
- Having a basque.
- The act of bequeathing or leaving by will.
- The transfer of property upon the owner's death according to the will of the deceased.
- That which is left by will; a legacy.
- That which has been handed down or transmitted.
- A person's inheritance; an amount of property given by will.
- To give as a bequest; bequeath.
- A mixture of charcoal, clay, etc. used in smelting.
- In the card game bezique, an ace or ten won in a trick.
- A quick and sketchy drawing, often of a live model. Croquis drawings are usually made in a few minutes, after which the model changes pose and another croquis is drawn.
- groom, ostler, equerry, jockey
- a lawyer
- a male member of the gentry ranking below a knight
- A gentleman who attends or escorts a lady in public.
- a squire; a youth who in the hopes of becoming a knight attended upon a knight
- a shield-bearer, but also applied to other attendants.
- To attend, wait on, escort.
- A bearing somewhat resembling a gyron, but extending across the field so that the point touches the opposite edge of the escutcheon.
- A formal investigation, often held before a jury, especially one into the cause of a death.
- The jury hearing such an inquiry, and the result of the inquiry.
- Enquiry; quest; search.
- A city of Peru, in the northeast of the country
- One who appears in disguise at a masquerade.
- The American black bear.
- The last office for the dead.
- A funeral rite or service.
- A small, handsome trout, found in some of the lakes in Maine.
- A pasquin; a lampoon.
- A lampooner.
- A lampoon; a pasquinade.
- A native of the West Indies.
- A very bitter triterpenoid lactone, extracted as white crystals from the quassia tree, used in traditional Chinese medicine
- A person who asks questions.
- A person engaged in a quest.
- Become quiet or quieter.
- To make temporarily inactive or disabled.
- To pause or reduce the activity of (a device or application), for example to prepare it for backups or other maintenance.
- A stillness or pause; something that quiets or represses; removal from activity; especially: death.
- Final settlement (as of a debt).
- A prefabricated building having a semicircular roof of corrugated iron; a Quonset hut.
- Act of (with the adposition at in the presence of possessives, and on in their absence).
- A formal requesting something.
- of being sought after.
- That which is asked for or requested.
- to express the need or desire for
- to ask somebody to do something
- That comes after in time or order; subsequent.
- That follows on as a result, conclusion etc.; consequent
- Recurring in succession or as a series; successive, consecutive.
- Something that follows in a given sequence.
- A disjunctive set of logical formulae which is partitioned into two subsets; the first subset, called the antecedent, consists of formulae which are valuated as false, and the second subset, called the succedent, consists of formulae which are valuated as true.logicinaction.org, Chapter 8 (The set is written without set brackets and the separation between the two subsets is denoted by a turnstile symbol, which may be read "give(s)".)
- A follower.
- A sequential calculus
- A weight of four grains; a carat.
- A long dry fruit (seed capsule), length more than twice the width, typical to cruciferous plants and consisting of two fused carpels that separate when ripe.
- Short and thick; squabbish.
- A heron, Ardeola ralloides, found in Asia, Northern Africa, and Southern Europe.
- Extremely dirty and unpleasant.
- Showing a contemptible lack of moral standards.
- Any member of the Squalidae.
- Characterized by squalls, or sudden violent bursts of wind; gusty.
- Producing or characteristic of loud wails.
- Interrupted by unproductive spots, as a field of turnips or grain.
- Not equally good throughout; not uniform; uneven; faulty.
- Squalidness; foulness; filthiness; squalidity.
- Raised to the second power.
- One who, or that which, squares.
- Quarreler, wrangler.
- Easily squashed when pressed.
- Resembling a bog or marsh underfoot.
- In a squat manner, or while being squat
- Resembling a squawk; raw and grating
- Making squawking sounds.
- Tending to produce a high-pitched sound or squeak.
- queasy; squeamish; fastidious; scrupulous
- To apply pressure to from two or more sides at once.
- To fit into a tight place.
- To remove something with difficulty, or apparent difficulty.
- To put in a difficult position by presenting two or more choices.
- To oppress with hardships, burdens, or taxes; to harass.
- To attempt to score a runner from third by bunting.
- A close or tight fit.
- A difficult position.
- A hug or other affectionate grasp.
- A romantic partner.
- An illicit alcoholic drink made by squeezing Sterno through cheesecloth, etc., and mixing the result with fruit juice.
- The act of bunting in an attempt to score a runner from third.
- A play that forces an opponent to discard a card that gives up one or more tricks.
- A traversal of a narrow passage.
- An impression of an inscription formed by pressing wet paper onto the surface and peeling off when dry.
- The gradual closing of workings by the weight of the overlying strata.
- A bribe or fee paid to a middleman, especially in China; the practice of requiring such a bribe or fee.
- flexible and easy to squeeze
- squeezing; causing compression
- to halt, stop, eliminate, stamp out, or put down, often suddenly or by force
- to suppress the unwanted hiss or static between received transmissions by adjusting a threshold level for signal strength, below which the signal is suppressed by applying a gain of zero, and above which a positive (and linear from zero) gain is applied.
- to make a sucking, splashing noise as when walking on muddy ground
- to walk or step through a substance such as mud
- A squelching sound.
- suppression of the unwanted hiss or static between received transmissions by adjusting the gain of the receiver.
- To squash, most often between one's fingers.
- To fire a wink with a squidger.
- A tight space; squeeze.
- moist and pliant; soggy
- a soft plastic lure
- slightly drunk or intoxicated; tipsy
- Crooked, askew; awry
- A structure constructed between two adjacent walls to aid in the transition from a polygonal to a circular structure; as when a dome is constructed on top of a square room.
- to scrunch up (one's face, etc.)
- Afflicted with a squint
- That squirms, writhes or wriggles
- That operates by squirting.
- Yielding easily to pressure; very soft; especially, soft and wet, as mud.
- Subjective or vague.
- Politically moderate.
- To squash or squeeze.
- To be squashed or squeezed; to squish.
- A person who maintains an aquarium.
- A spectacle consisting of underwater dance and gymnastics.
- The condition of being watery; wateriness
- An obsolete matchlock firearm.
- A sort of basque petticoat.
- of or pertaining to a clique
- tending to associate with a small and exclusive group
- The tendency to associate in cliques; the spirit of cliques.
- A pole weapon with a spike and two lateral blades on a shaft.
- Want of quiet; want of tranquility in body or mind; anxiety, disturbance, restlessness, uneasiness.
- Deprived of quiet; impatient, restless, uneasy.
- To make (someone or something) worried or anxious.
- Using the title or honorific of esquire.
- to become a liquid, to liquefy
- to become more like a liquid
- A line, in a phase diagram, above which a given substance is a stable liquid and below which solid and liquid are in equilibrium.
- A title of nobility ranking beneath a duke and above an earl.
- To incorrectly recite a quote.
- To incorrectly record a quote.
- a village in New Mexico, USA, and the county seat of Also partly in
- A muskrat, Ondatra zibethicus.
- An aura of heightened interest, meaning or mystery surrounding a person or thing.
- A form of Arabic calligraphy mostly used for Persian and languages it has influenced, including Urdu and Ottoman Turkish.
- The natural constitution, or physical structure, of a person.
- The trained muscular structure of a person's body.
- A retail store selling items relating to postal mail, such as stamps and stationery.
- Like a quack (fraudulent doctor), or characteristic of quackery.
- Behaviour of a quack; quackery.
- A bronze coin of the Roman republic worth one quarter of an as.
- In ancient Rome, a commission to inquire into a criminal matter given to a citizen (the quaesitor) who then reported to whoever appointed him.
- Affected with qualms; queasy, nauseous.
- Housing, barracks or other habitation or living space. Compare cuarto.
- The place where someone or something lives
- A commonly played university drinking game in North America.
- The action of quashing something.
- Relating to the belief that the is authoritative insofar as it faithfully describes the Christian faith as revealed in the Bible; admitting the possibility that the Book of Concord might contradict the Bible.
- In a quatenus manner.
- An area alongside a quay.
- In a queasy manner; delicately; squeamishly.
- questing; in search of something
- The act of going in quest of something.
- A sentence, phrase or word which asks for information, reply or response; an interrogative.
- A subject or topic for consideration or investigation.
- A doubt or challenge about the truth or accuracy of a matter.
- A proposal to a meeting as a topic for deliberation.
- interrogation by torture
- Talk; conversation; speech.
- To ask questions of; interrogate; enquire; ask for information.
- To raise about; have doubts about.
- To argue; to converse; to dispute.
- One who is legally empowered to look into certain matters, especially abuses of weights and measures.
- A churchwarden's assistant; a sidesman.
- A collector of parish rents.
- Grown from cuttings planted directly into the ground
- The cuttings used, or the hedge produced by this method
- A form of mysticism involving quiet contemplation.
- A state of passive quietness.
- A mystic who follows quietism.
- Someone who is not socially or politically active.
- A neume of uncertain meaning, consisting of several jagged lines.
- Afflicted with quinsy.
- a person who makes quips; a joker
- Characterized by quirks; evasive, tricky.
- The act or habit of quizzing.
- a game for two or four players, played in an enclosed court with a small hard fast-moving ball
- A camellia, native to China and Japan.
- 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)
- Decorated with sequins.
- A logical conclusion or consequence of facts.
- Inventor of the syllabary for writing the Cherokee language, also known as George Guess.
- To crush; to quash; to squash.
- A minor fight or argument as between children, for example.
- To participate in a minor fight or argument.
- To disarrange, so that the letters or lines stand awry and require readjustment.
- Having the tendency to squabble, argumentative
- A squad car that also serves as an ambulance.
- Primarily, a square; hence, a square body of troops; a body of troops drawn up in a square.
- A body of cavalry comprising two companies or troops, and averaging from one hundred and twenty to two hundred soldiers.
- A detachment of vessels employed on any particular service or station, under the command of the senior officer
- A tactical air force unit; consists of at least two flights; multiple squadrons make up a group or wing (depending on particular air force).
- A weighted stick used to throw, usually at small animals.
- A linear triterpene hydrocarbon found in shark liver oil and in human sebum; it plays a role in the biosynthesis of steroids.
- One who squalls; a crier, complainer, or bad singer.
- Characteristic of a shark or dogfish
- Any dogfish of the family Squalidae
- Covered in scales.
- Any reptile of the order Squamata.
- An indigenous people of southwestern British Columbia, Canada.
- The Salishan language of this people.
- Resembling a scale.
- Covered with scales; scaly.
- Covered with, made of, or resembling scales; scaly.
- Of or pertaining to the squamosal bone; squamosal
- One of the little hypogynous scales found in the flowers of grasses; a lodicule.
- To waste, lavish, splurge; to spend lavishly or profusely; to dissipate.
- To scatter; to disperse.
- To wander at random; to scatter.
- A picnic on the beach, a clambake.
- in the shape of a square; at right angles
- firmly and solidly
- in a direct, straightforward and honest manner
- The act or process by which something is squared (in various senses).
- approximately square
- A squire who is also the local rector.
- squeezed until flattened, or until a pulp
- suppressed or silenced
- One who, or that which, squashes.
- One who squats, sits down idly.
- One who occupies a building or land without title or permission.
- One who occupied Crown land.
- A large-scale grazier and landowner.
- A squat toilet.
- To squat or sprawl; to duck into concealment.
- 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.
- An animal that, or a person who squeals; especially a pig
- an informant
- The European swift.
- The harlequin duck.
- The American golden plover.
- A tool consisting of a rubber blade at right angles to a handle, used for spreading, pushing or wiping liquid material on, across or off a surface, especially when cleaning glass, eg the windscreen of a vehicle or a shop window, to remove soapy water.
- A person who cleans the windscreen of a vehicle stopped in traffic then demands payment from the driver.
- A tool used in silk-screen printing for forcing the ink through the stencil and thus printing the desired image.
- To clean with a squeegee.
- Something that squeezes.
- A piece of foundry apparatus for shaping a ball of puddled iron.
- A playing card that has its value shown in a corner such that a closely arranged hand may be studied (originally designed for poker but now standard).
- that squelches, or makes a squelching sound
- A fly ball that becomes a base hit
- Someone who fishes for squid.
- a short twisting or wiggling line or mark
- the tilde
- an illegible scrawl
- to wriggle or squirm
- to make a squiggle
- to write (something) illegibly
- To shake and wash a fluid about in the mouth with the lips closed.
- Not straight; wavy.
- A wavy underline used to indicate an error in text or code.
- A squeegee; a scraper for removing liquid.
- A small swab used for drying a vessel's deck.
- Any member of the Squillidae.
- A person who is half squire, half farmer.
- Used by Graham in Poldark Novels freighted with contempt implying the objects of contempt were self-promoted or "jumped up".
- Like or suiting a squire.
- The wife of a squire.
- One who, or that which, squirms.
- Any of the rodents of the family Sciuridae distinguished by their large bushy tail.
- A person, usually a freezoner, who applies L. Ron Hubbard's technology in a heterodox manner.
- One of the small rollers of a carding machine which work with the large cylinder.
- To store in a secretive manner, to hide something for future use
- One who, or that which, squirts.
- A woman who can ejaculate.
- Watery stool.
- A random broadcast of data occurring either intentionally or in response to noise.
- To create watery stool; to squirt.
- To broadcast squitter.
- Squishy, smushy.
- Nearly equal.
- Describing a set of numbers, none of which is as great as the sum of all the rest.
- A quake occurring on the Sun.
- To defeat, to overcome.
- A disease of sheep, associated with granite soils.
- An antiquary; a collector of antiques.
- One who keeps fish in an aquarium.
- In an aqueous manner.
- An elaborate design of intertwined floral figures or complex geometrical patterns. This ornamental design is mainly used in Islamic Art and architecture.
- An ornate composition, especially for the piano.
- A dance position in which the dancer stands on one leg, with the other raised backwards, and the arms outstretched.
- A person having the ability to speak in two different voices, especially as a ventriloquist.
- In a brusque manner; abruptly; rudely.
- Parodical; parodic
- A derisive art form that mocks by imitation; a parody.
- A variety adult entertainment show, usually including titillation such as striptease, most common from the 1880s to the 1930s.
- A ludicrous imitation; a caricature; a travesty; a gross perversion.
- To make a burlesque parody of
- To ridicule, or to make ludicrous by grotesque representation in action or in language.
- The political influence of caciques in Latin America.
- A former Dutch colony on the part of Dutch Guiana.
- Especially fine or pleasing; exceptional.
- Carefully adjusted; precise; accurate; exact.
- Recherché; far-fetched; abstruse.
- Of special beauty or rare excellence.
- Exceeding; extreme; keen, in a bad or a good sense.
- Of delicate perception or close and accurate discrimination; not easy to satisfy; exact; fastidious.
- Fop, dandy.
- Any of several small tropical birds now placed in the tanager family Thraupidae (but previously in Emberizidae), common in the West Indies and in countries of Central and South America around the Caribbean Sea.
- distorted and unnatural in shape or size; abnormal and hideous
- disgusting or otherwise viscerally reviling.
- sans serif.
- A style of ornamentation characterized by fanciful combinations of intertwined forms.
- Anything grotesque.
- A sans serif typeface.
- An obsolete matchlock firearm.
- A portable gun, varying in size from a small cannon to a musket. When used in the field it was supported upon a tripod or trestle.
- Having an almost random drainage, often forming dendritic patterns.
- Beautiful and imposing, like the goddess Juno.
- a small city in Iowa, USA
- A member of a resistance or guerrilla movement, originally and chiefly that of the French during the German occupation of 1940-5.
- Of or pertaining to the Marquesas Islands.
- An inhabitant of the Marquesas Islands.
- A collection of East-Central Polynesian dialects, of the Marquesic group, spoken in the Marquesas Islands.
- Obedient; submissive; obsequious.
- Relating to an obsequy or funeral rite.
- The state of being obsequious; unctuousness
- A female slave in a harem, especially one in the Ottoman seraglio.
- A desirable or sexually attractive woman.
- Having a specified kind of physique.
- Resembling or characteristic of a poet or poetry.
- A quack or charlatan.
- Any of several skeletal muscles more or less quadrangular in outline.
- Somewhat quaint.
- 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.
- Pertaining to quartz; made of quartz.
- Pertaining to quartz; made of quartz.
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