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English 10 letter words - Containing letter q - page 1

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ablaqueate

ablaqueate

Verb

  1. To lay bare, as the roots of a tree, by loosening or removing soil.

acequiador

acquainted

acquainted

Adjective

  1. Personally known; familiar.

acquiesced

acquiescer

acquiesces

acquirable

acquirable

Adjective

  1. Capable of being acquired.

acquirenda

acquisible

acquisited

acquisitor

acquisitor

Noun

  1. one who acquires

acquisitum

acquitment

acquitment

Noun

  1. Acquittal.

acquittals

acquitting

adequacies

adequately

adequately

Adverb

  1. In an adequate manner.
  2. Sufficient to satisfy a requirement or meet a need; sufficiently; satisfactorily.
  3. Barely satisfactory or sufficient.

adequation

adequative

adequative

Adjective

  1. equivalent or sufficient; adequate.

alcornoque

algonquian

algonquian

Adjective

  1. Relating to a group of North American languages.

Noun

  1. An Algonquin.

algonquins

alpinesque

analytique

andromaque

antiliquor

antiliquor

Adjective

  1. Opposing the drinking of alcoholic liquor.

antimasque

antimasque

Noun

  1. A comic or grotesque dance presented before or between the acts of a masque.

antiquated

antiquated

Adjective

  1. old-fashioned, out of date

antiquates

antisquama

apoquinine

aprilesque

aquafortis

aqualunger

aquamanale

aquamanile

aquamanile

Noun

  1. A ewer or jug-like vessel, shaped like an animal or human figure, used for washing the hands.

aquamarine

aquaphobia

aquaphobia

Noun

  1. A fear of water, especially a morbid fear of drowning.

aquaplaned

aquaplaner

aquaplanes

aquarelles

aquariiums

aquascutum

aquatinted

aquatinter

aquatinter

Noun

  1. An artist who makes aquatints.

aquavalent

aquicolous

aquiferous

aquiferous

Adjective

  1. Of or pertaining to an aquifer
  2. Carrying water

aquilawood

aquilinity

aquilinity

Noun

  1. The quality of being aquiline.

aquiparous

aquiparous

Adjective

  1. Secreting water; applied to certain glands.

aquitanian

aquitanian

Adjective

  1. Of or pertaining to Aquitania, now called Gascony.
  2. of or pertaining to the Aquitanian Age, in the Miocene epoch.

arabesques

arboresque

arquebuses

bananaquit

bananaquit

Noun

  1. A nectar-feeding bird, thought to be related to the Darwin's finches and the grassquits.

banqueteer

banqueteer

Noun

  1. One who attends a banquet.

Verb

  1. To attend a banquet or banquets (particularly as a frequent or habitual activity).

banqueters

banqueting

banqueting

Noun

  1. The act of holding or participating in a banquet.

banquettes

bararesque

barbequing

beliquored

bequeathal

bequeathal

Noun

  1. The act of bequeathing; bequeathment; bequest.

bequeathed

bequeather

bequeather

Noun

  1. One who bequeaths.

biquadrate

biquadrate

Noun

  1. The fourth power; the square of a square.

biquintile

biquintile

Noun

  1. An aspect of two planets that are distant from each other by two fifths of a great circle (72 degrees)

biuniquely

blanquette

blanquillo

blanquillo

Noun

  1. tilefish

blottesque

blottesque

Adjective

  1. Characterized by blots or heavy touches; coarsely depicted; lacking delineation.

Noun

  1. An artwork characterized by blots or heavy touches.

bonnesbosq

borinqueno

bourrasque

braquemard

braquemard

Noun

  1. a short, thick, double-edged sword

briquetted

briquettes

brontesque

broquineer

brusquerie

brusquerie

Noun

  1. The act or situation of being brusque; an abrupt or blunt quality.

burlesqued

burlesquer

burlesquer

Noun

  1. A burlesque performer.

burlesques

byronesque

byronesque

Adjective

  1. Reminiscent of the works of George Gordon Byron, typified by gloomy Romantic themes and passionate, arrogant and self-destructive heroes.

capodacqua

caqueterie

caqueteuse

caquetoire

catafalque

catafalque

Noun

  1. A platform used to display or convey a coffin during a funeral, often ornate.

catasauqua

centiloquy

centiloquy

Noun

  1. A work divided into a hundred parts.

chautauqua

chequebook

chequering

chequering

Noun

  1. A chequered pattern.

chinquapin

chinquapin

Noun

  1. Any of the trees in the genus Castanopsis.
  2. Any of the trees and shrubs in the genus
  3. A the water plant Nelumbo lutea,
  4. The (
  5. A species in the chestnut genus Castanea:
    1. (
    2. (
    3. (
  6. A chinkapin oak ( a species of oak whose leaves resemble those of chestnut-genus chinquapins.

chouquette

cigaresque

cinquanter

cinquefoil

cinquefoil

Noun

  1. potentilla
  2. A stylized flower or leaf with five lobes.
  3. A particular knot of five crossings.

cinquepace

cliqueiest

cliqueless

cliqueless

Adjective

  1. Without a clique.

cliquishly

cliquishly

Adverb

  1. In a cliquish manner.

coadequate

coequality

coequality

Noun

  1. The condition of being coequal

coequalize

coequating

coequation

colliquate

colliquate

Verb

  1. To melt or liquefy.

colloquial

colloquies

colloquist

colloquist

Noun

  1. One who takes part in a colloquy

colloquium

colloquium

Noun

  1. A colloquy; a meeting for discussion.
  2. An academic meeting or seminar usually led by a different lecturer and on a different topic at each meeting.
  3. An address to an academic meeting or seminar.
  4. That part of the complaint or declaration in an action for defamation which shows that the words complained of were spoken concerning the plaintiff.

colloquize

colloquize

Verb

  1. To take part in a colloquy

communique

conquerers

conqueress

conqueress

Noun

  1. A female conqueror.

conquering

conquering

Noun

  1. conquest

conquerors

conquinine

consequent

coquelicot

coquelicot

Noun

  1. A reddish-orange colour; poppy

Adjective

  1. Having a reddish-orange poppy colour.

coqueluche

coqueluche

Noun

  1. A type of hood historically worn by those infected with whooping cough, to keep a warm head.

coquetries

coquetting

coquetting

Noun

  1. coquetry

coquettish

coquettish

Adjective

  1. Of or relating to a young, flirtatious girl.
  2. Characteristic of a coquet.

coquillage

coquimbite

coquimbite

Noun

  1. The nonahydrate of iron(III) sulfate.

cowanesque

crannequin

craquelure

craquelure

Noun

  1. The distinctive pattern of hairline cracks in the surface of an old painting

critiquing

croqueting

croquettes

deaquation

delinquent

deliquesce

deliquesce

Verb

  1. To melt and disappear.
  2. To become liquid by absorbing water from the atmosphere.

deliquiate

deliquiate

Verb

  1. To melt and become liquid by absorbing water from the air; to deliquesce.

demiquaver

demiquaver

Noun

  1. A semiquaver, a sixteenth note.

dentiloquy

dentiloquy

Noun

  1. The habit or practice of speaking through the teeth.

desquamate

desquamate

Verb

  1. To shed or peel

discothque

disqualify

disqualify

Verb

  1. To make ineligible for something, by the explicit revocation of a previous qualification.

disquarter

disquieted

disquieten

disquieten

Verb

  1. To disquiet; to make uneasy.

disquieter

disquieter

Noun

  1. One who, or that which, disquiets, or makes uneasy; a disturber.

disquietly

disquietly

Adverb

  1. In a disquiet manner.

disquisite

disquixote

dulciloquy

dulciloquy

Noun

  1. A soft manner of speaking; gentle speech.

dureresque

earthquake

earthquave