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Quadruplet
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Quadruplet: A collection or combination of four of a kind. pl. Four children born in the same labor. A cycle for carrying four riders, so arranged that all the reders c
Quadruplex
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Quadruplex: Fourfold folded or doubled twice. Quadruplex system (Electric Telegraph), a system by which four messages, two in each direction, may be sent simultaneously o
Quadruplicate
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Quadruplicate: Fourfold doubled twice four times repeated as, a quadruplicate ratio, or a quadruplicate proportion. (Math.) Raised to the fourth power. [R.]
Quadruplication
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Quadruplication: The act of making fourfold a taking four times the simple sum or amount.
Quadruply
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Quadruply: To a fourfold quantity so as to be, or cause to be, quadruple as, to be quadruply recompensed.
Quaere
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Quaere: Inquire question see used to signify doubt or to suggest investigation.
Quaff
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Quaff: To drink largely or luxuriously. Twelve days the gods their solemn revels keep, And quaff with blameless Ethiops in the deep. Dryden.
Quaffer
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Quaffer: One who quaffs, or drinks largely.
Quag
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Quag: A quagmire. [R.] "Crooked or straight, through quags or thorny dells." Cowper.
Quagga
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Quagga: A South African wild ass (Equus, or Hippotigris, quagga). The upper parts are reddish brown, becoming paler behind and behind and beneath, with dark stripes on th
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