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AIQY

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There are 19 nine-letter words containing A, I, Q and Y

ANTIQUARY-antiquary n. A person who is knowledgeable of, or who collects antiques; an antiquarian.
antiquary n. An aficionado or student of antiquities, ancient artifacts, historic sites, ancient writings, or things.
antiquary adj. Relating to antiquity.
ANTIQUELY-antiquely adv. In an antique manner.
ANTIQUITY-antiquity n. Ancient times; faraway history; former ages.
antiquity n. The people of ancient times.
antiquity n. (obsolete) An old gentleman.
EQUITABLY-equitably adv. In an equitable manner.
LOQUACITY-loquacity n. Talkativeness; the quality of being loquacious.
PIQUANTLY-piquantly adv. In a piquant manner; with piquancy.
QUAKINGLY-quakingly adv. In a quaking fashion, especially with fear.
QUARRYING-quarrying v. present participle of quarry.
quarrying n. A small piece of stone chipped off any stone found in a quarry.
QUAYSIDES-quaysides n. plural of quayside.
RELIQUARY-reliquary n. A container to hold or display religious relics.
reliquary n. (figuratively) An object that sustains the memory of past people or events.
REQUALIFY-requalify v. To qualify again; to renew a qualification.
SEQUACITY-sequacity n. Quality or state of being sequacious.
SQUALIDLY-squalidly adv. In a squalid manner.
SQUASHILY-squashily adv. In a squashy way.
SQUATTILY-Sorry, definition not available.
SQUEAKILY-squeakily adv. Whilst squeaking.
SQUINANCY-squinancy n. Alternative form of squinance.
SQUIRALTY-squiralty n. The land-owning gentry; the squirearchy.
UNQUALIFY-unqualify v. (transitive) To disqualify.

* Definitions are short excerpt from the Wiktionary.


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