|AQUILEGIA||-||aquilegia n. (botany) Any member of the genus Aquilegia.|
|LIQUATING||-||liquating v. present participle of liquate.|
|LIQUATION||-||liquation n. (metallurgy) The partial melting of a mixture of metals or ores in order to separate components.|
|LIQUIDATE||-||liquidate v. (transitive) To settle (a debt) by paying the outstanding amount.|
liquidate v. (transitive) To settle the affairs of (a company), by using its assets to pay its debts.
liquidate v. (transitive) To convert (assets) into cash; to redeem.
|QUAILINGS||-||quailings n. plural of quailing.|
|QUALIFIED||-||qualified adj. Meeting the standards, requirements, and training for a position.|
qualified adj. Restricted or limited by conditions.
qualified v. simple past tense and past participle of qualify.
|QUALIFIER||-||qualifier n. One who qualifies for something, especially a contestant who qualifies for a stage in a competition.|
qualifier n. A preliminary stage of a competition.
qualifier n. (grammar) A word or phrase, such as an adjective or adverb, that describes or characterizes another word.
|QUALIFIES||-||qualifies v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of qualify.|
|QUALITIED||-||qualitied adj. (now rare) Endowed with (usually specified) qualities; especially, having good qualities. [from 16th c.|
|QUALITIES||-||qualities n. plural of quality.|
|QUILLAIAS||-||Sorry, definition not available.|
|QUINIELAS||-||Sorry, definition not available.|
|QUINOIDAL||-||quinoidal adj. (organic chemistry) quinoid.|
|QUITCLAIM||-||quitclaim v. (transitive) To relinquish or release (a claim, title etc.); to transfer (an interest in property). [from.|
quitclaim n. A renunciation of claims.
quitclaim n. A deed that is a renunciation of claims to a parcel of real property and a transfer of one's claims to.
|QUIZZICAL||-||quizzical adj. Questioning or suggesting puzzlement.|
quizzical adj. Strange or eccentric.
|RELIQUIAE||-||Sorry, definition not available.|
|SQUAILING||-||squailing v. present participle of squail.|