**AP**PROP**I**N**Q**U**I**NG | - | Sorry, definition not available. |

**AP**PROP**I**N**Q**U**I**TY | - | appropinquity n. (obsolete) nearness; propinquity. |

E**Q**U**IPA**RAT**I**ONS | - | Sorry, definition not available. |

E**Q**U**IPA**RT**I**TION | - | equipartition n. the division of something into equal parts. equipartition n. (mathematics, of a graph) the partition of its vertex set into sets whose sizes differ from each other. equipartition v. (transitive) To divide into equal parts. |

E**Q**U**IP**OTENT**IA**L | - | equipotential adj. Having equal potential. equipotential n. A region whose every point has the same potential. |

**P**RE**Q**U**A**L**I**FY**I**NG | - | prequalifying v. present participle of prequalify. |

**Q**U**A**DR**I**C**IP**ITAL | - | quadricipital adj. (anatomy) Of or pertaining to the quadriceps. |

**Q**U**A**DR**IP**ART**I**TE | - | quadripartite adj. Divided into four parts. quadripartite adj. Involving four parties or participants; four-party. |

**Q**U**A**DR**IP**HON**I**CS | - | Sorry, definition not available. |

**Q**U**A**DR**IP**LEG**I**AS | - | quadriplegias n. plural of quadriplegia. |

**Q**U**A**DR**IP**LEG**I**CS | - | quadriplegics n. plural of quadriplegic. |

**Q**U**A**DRU**P**L**I**C**I**TY | - | quadruplicity n. A group of four things. |

**Q**U**A**S**IP**ART**I**CLE | - | quasiparticle n. (physics) Any entity that has some characteristics of a distinct particle, but comprises a grouping of. |

**Q**U**A**S**IP**ER**I**ODIC | - | quasiperiodic adj. Almost periodic; recurring at irregular intervals. quasiperiodic adj. (mathematics, of a function) Such that an increment of a variable leads to a multiplication by some function. quasiperiodic adj. (physics, of an oscillation) Having two unrelated periods. |

**Q**U**I**NTU**P**L**I**C**A**TE | - | quintuplicate adj. multiplied by five. quintuplicate adj. being the fifth in a set of five. quintuplicate n. a set of five like or identical things. |

SES**Q**U**IP**L**I**C**A**TE | - | sesquiplicate adj. Magnified by one and one-half; in a ratio of three to two. |