ALIQUANT | - | aliquant n. (mathematics) An integer that does not divide another into integral parts. aliquant n. (chemistry) A sample that has been divided into a set of equal parts, to leave a remainder. aliquant adj. (mathematics) Not dividing another specified integer into integral parts. |

ALIQUOTS | - | aliquots n. plural of aliquot. |

BLANQUET | - | blanquet n. Obsolete form of blanquette. |

EQUALITY | - | equality n. The fact of being equal. equality n. (mathematics) The fact of being equal, of having the same value. equality n. The equal treatment of people irrespective of social or cultural differences. |

LIQUATED | - | liquated v. simple past tense and past participle of liquate. |

LIQUATES | - | liquates v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of liquate. |

QUAINTLY | - | quaintly adv. In a quaint manner; oddly; strangely. |

QUANTILE | - | quantile n. (statistics) One of the class of values of a variate which divides the members of a batch or sample into… |

QUARTILE | - | quartile n. (statistics) Any of the three points that divide an ordered distribution into four parts, each containing… quartile n. (statistics) Any one of the four groups so divided. |

QUETZALS | - | quetzals n. plural of quetzal. |

QUINTALS | - | quintals n. plural of quintal. Quintals p.n. plural of Quintal. |

QUITTALS | - | quittals n. plural of quittal. |

QUOTABLE | - | quotable adj. Capable or worthy of being quoted. |

QUOTABLY | - | quotably adv. In a way or to an extent that is quotable. |

REQUITAL | - | requital n. Compensation for loss or damage; amends. requital n. retaliation or reprisal; vengeance. |

SQUATTLE | - | squattle v. (intransitive, Scotland) To squat or sprawl; to duck into concealment. |

TEQUILAS | - | tequilas n. plural of tequila. |

TEQUILLA | - | Sorry, definition not available. |

TOQUILLA | - | toquilla n. The Panama hat palm. |

TRANQUIL | - | tranquil adj. Free from emotional or mental disturbance. tranquil adj. Calm; without motion or sound. |