**A**C**Q**U**A**IN**T**E**D** | - | acquainted adj. Personally known; familiar. acquainted v. simple past tense and past participle of acquaint. |

**AD**E**Q**U**AT**ELY | - | adequately adv. In an adequate manner. adequately adv. Sufficient to satisfy a requirement or meet a need; sufficiently; satisfactorily. adequately adv. Barely satisfactory or sufficient. |

**AD**E**Q**U**AT**IVE | - | adequative adj. (rare) equivalent or sufficient; adequate. |

**A**N**T**I**Q**U**A**TE**D** | - | antiquated adj. old-fashioned, out of date. |

**AQ**U**AT**INTE**D** | - | aquatinted v. simple past tense and past participle of aquatint. |

BI**Q**U**AD**R**AT**E | - | biquadrate n. (mathematics) The fourth power; the square of a square. |

**D**ES**Q**U**A**M**AT**E | - | desquamate v. To shed or peel. |

IN**AD**E**Q**U**AT**E | - | inadequate adj. Not adequate; unequal to the purpose; insufficient; deficient. inadequate n. An individual who is inadequate. |

**Q**U**AD**R**A**N**T**AL | - | quadrantal n. An ancient Roman unit of measure for liquids. quadrantal n. cube. quadrantal adj. (geometry) Of or relating to a quadrant, or included in the fourth part of a circle. |

**Q**U**AD**R**A**N**T**ES | - | quadrantes n. plural of quadrans. |

**Q**U**AD**R**AT**ICS | - | quadratics n. plural of quadratic. |

**Q**U**AD**R**AT**ING | - | quadrating v. present participle of quadrate. |

**Q**U**AD**R**AT**RIX | - | quadratrix n. (mathematics) A curve having ordinates which are a measure of the area (or quadrature) of another curve. |

**Q**U**AD**R**AT**URA | - | Sorry, definition not available. |

**Q**U**AD**R**AT**URE | - | quadrature n. The process of making something square; squaring. quadrature n. (mathematics) The act or process of constructing a square that has the same area as a given plane figure. quadrature n. The act or process of finding the indefinite integral. |