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quite to the greatest extent; completely; entirely. [3 definitions]
quite a few a rather large number of people or things.
Quito the capital of Ecuador.
quitrent rent paid by a feudal freeholder in the place of services otherwise required.
quits having no grounds for hostility, dissatisfaction, or a further claim, as the result of a repayment or equitable settlement.
quittance a freeing from something owed, such as a duty, debt, or punishment. [3 definitions]
quitter someone who habitually gives up or admits defeat, esp. when faced by difficulties or danger.
quiver1 to shake with very small, rapid movements. [2 definitions]
quiver2 a case designed to hold and transport arrows, often strapped to the back or waist. [2 definitions]
qui vive (French) who goes there?
quixotic absurdly and impractically gallant or idealistic.
quiz to question so as to test students' learning, esp. informally and without prior notification. [4 definitions]
quiz program a radio or television program in which people compete for prizes by answering questions; quiz show.
quizzical expressing doubt, confusion, or questioning; puzzled. [3 definitions]
quodlibet a formal debate or argument, as on a theological or philosophical problem. [2 definitions]
quoin a corner of an outside wall. [4 definitions]
quoit (pl., used with a sing. verb) a game in which players try to toss metal or rope rings over or near a distant short metal stake. [2 definitions]
quondam having been in the past; former.
Quonset hut trademark for a prebuilt shelter of corrugated metal, having the shape of a halved cylinder standing on its flat side, sometimes used for storage.
quorum the number of members that an organization's rules require to attend a meeting in order for voting or other business to take place.
quota the part or share of something that is to be distributed to, that maximally can be distributed to, or that habitually is consumed by, an individual or group. [3 definitions]