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There are 19 eleven-letter words containing A, Q, S and 2T

ACQUITMENTS-acquitments n. plural of acquitment.
ANTIQUITIES-antiquities n. (invariable) A written account of history.
antiquities n. plural of antiquity.
AQUAFORTIST-Sorry, definition not available.
AQUATINTERS-aquatinters n. plural of aquatinter.
AQUATINTIST-aquatintist n. An artist who makes aquatints.
BLANQUETTES-blanquettes n. plural of blanquette.
DISQUANTITY-disquantity v. (obsolete) to diminish, lessen.
EQUIDISTANT-equidistant adj. occupying a position midway between two ends or sides.
equidistant adj. occupying a position that is an equal distance between several points. Note that in a one-dimensional.
equidistant adj. (cartography) Describing a map projection that preserves scale. No map can show scale correctly throughout.
EQUITATIONS-equitations n. plural of equitation.
MARQUISETTE-marquisette n. A sheer cotton fabric used for mosquito nets and curtains.
MILQUETOAST-milquetoast adj. Meek, timid.
milquetoast n. (pejorative) A person of meek or timid disposition.
OUTQUARTERS-Sorry, definition not available.
QUANTITATES-quantitates v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of quantitate.
QUARTATIONS-quartations n. plural of quartation.
SEQUESTRANT-sequestrant n. (chemistry) any compound that promotes sequestration by forming chelate compounds with metal ions; especially.
SEQUESTRATE-sequestrate v. To sequester.
sequestrate adj. (mycology) Having enclosed underground or partially buried fruiting bodies, like a truffle.
SQUATTERING-squattering v. present participle of squatter.
squattering adj. (obsolete) Straggling; messy.
SQUATTINESS-Sorry, definition not available.
TRANQUILEST-tranquilest adj. superlative form of tranquil: most tranquil.

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