Quack: the harsh sound made by a duck and used to describe a person who dishonestly pretends to have medical skills.
Quackish: having the resemblance of a quack. A person that is boastfully pretentious.
Quadrable: of the area that is under a curve such that a square of the equal area can be constructed geometrically.
Quiet: making very little or no noise.
Quadragenarious: used to describe someone who is forty years old.
Quadragesimal: or, or relating to, or suitable for lending.
Quadrangular: (of an architectural structure or object) having four sides.
Quadrantal: of or relating to a quadrant; included in the fourth part of a circle.
Quadrate: roughly square or rectangular.
Quadratic: involving the second and no higher power of a variable or an unknown quality.
Quadratojugal: relating to the jugal and the quadrate bones.
Quadrature: relating to constructing a square with an area that is equal to a circle, or of another figure that is bounded by a curve.
Quadrennial: recurring every four years.
Quadribasic: used to denote an acid that has four hydrogen atoms that are replaceable by radicals or atoms of a primary character.
Quadruple: to become four times bigger in size and volume.
Quadric: (of a curve or surface) described by an equation of the second degree.
Quadricapsular: having only four capsules.
Quadricornous: having four hornlike organs or horns.
Quadricostate: having only four ribs.
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Quadridentate: having four serrations, toothlike projections, or teeth.
Quadrifarious: having four parts or arranged in four ranks.
Quadrifid: used to say that something is divided into four lobes or other parts.
Quadrifoil: having a four-lobed pattern or four lobes.
Quadrifoliate: having whorls of four leaves.
Quadfurcated: branching into four; having four branches.
Quadrigeminal: relating to any form of cardiac arrhythmia in which heartbeats occur in groups of four.
Quadrigeminous: of or relating to a group of four muscles that rotate the thigh laterally.
Quadrigenarious: consisting of or having four hundred.
Quadrijugous: having four parts of leaflets such as a quadrijugous leaf.
Quadrilateral: having or comprising four straight sides.
Quadriliteral: having or consisting of four letters. Of a Semitic root: having four consonants.
Quadrille: marked with rectangles or squares.
Quadrilobate: having four lobes.
Quadrilobed: (of a leaf) consisting of four lobes.
Quadrilocular: having four compartments
Quadrinodal: possessing four nodes; as, quadrinodal curves.
Quadrinomical: consisting of four names or terms.
Quadripartite: consisting of four parts.
Quadripennate: having four wings like an insect.
Quadriphyllous: in botany, this term means having four leaves.
Quadrisulcate: having four hoofs; as a quadrisulcate foot.
Quadrivalent: it is a chemical term meaning having a valence of four.
Quadrivalve: (of a vaginal speculum) having four valves. A door or shutter with four-folds.
Quadrivalvular: having or consisting of four valves.
Quadrivial: having four roads that meet in at a point; leading in four directions.
Quadrumanous: (of apes and monkeys) having four specialized feet that resemble the hand.
Quadruped: used to describe an animal that has four legs.
Quadrupedal: (of an animal) four-footed; using all four feet for walking and running.
Quadruple: consisting of four elements or four parts.
Quadruplex: relating to a system of telegraphy where two messages in each direction may be sent simultaneously over one wire.
Quadruplicate: consisting of four copies of a document.
Quaggy: resembling a quagmire; marshy or boggy.
Quaint: attractively unusual or old-fashioned.
Quakerish: pertaining or suggesting to the Quakers.
Quakerlike: characteristic or befitting a Quaker.
Quakerly: resembling Quakers.
Quaky: tending to quake or shake.
Qualifiable: able to be qualified.
Qualified: officially recognized as being trained to perform a job.
Qualitative: measured by the quality of something rather than the quantity.
Quality: possessing a quality or qualities.
Qualmish: the feeling of nausea; overly scrupulous.
Quantitative: relating to the measure of the quantity of something rather than its quality.
Quantivalent: relating to quantivalence.
Quaquaversal: directed outwards in all directions but from a common center.
Quarreling: another word for quarrelsome.
Quarrellous: given to complaint or argumentative.
Quarrelsome: a quarrelsome person often gets involved in arguments.
Quarried: to extract stone from a quarry.
Quarry: used to describe a place where sand or stone is dug out of the ground for building.
Quartan: a mild form of malaria that causes a fever that recurs every third day.
Quartenylic: pertaining to an acid of the acrylic acid series, and obtained as a colorless liquid.
Quartered: divided into quarters.
Quarterhung: having trunnions the axes of which lie below the bore.
Quartering: lying at right angles. (of a wind) blowing on a ship’s quarter.
Quarterly: produced, done, or occurring once every quarter of a year.
Quartic: involving the fourth and no higher power of an unknown quantity or variable.
Quarto: having four leaves to the sheet.
Quartziferous: containing or yielding quartz.
Quartzose: composed mainly of quartz; having the nature of quartz.
Quartzous: made of quartz.
Quartzy: consisting of or rich in quartz; of the nature of quartz.
Quatch: a term used to describe someone who has embarrassed themselves.
Quaternary: belonging to the fourth-order; fourth in order of rank.
Quaternate: consisting of or arranged in sets of four.
Queachy: (of the ground) boggy; unstable; swampy
Queasy: (US) nauseous and weak. Inducing a feeling of nausea.
Queenly: fit for, resembling, or appropriate to a queen.
Querulential: querulous; complaining.
Questionable: doubtful as regards truth or validity.
Questionary: someone who questions or pardons.
Questionless: indubitable and blindly adhering to a course of action or principle.
Questuary: someone who is employed to collect profits.
Quechuan: a member of the indigenous people of Andes and Incas.
Quicken: to make something faster or to make something quick.
Quicklime: a caustic alkaline substance that is obtained when limestone and water are heated.
Quietus: something that has a calming or soothing effect.
Quilled: incurved or rolled into a tubular form.
Quiname: composed of five leaflets growing from the end of a petiole.
Quinary: fifth in order or rank.
Quinic: pertaining to, or derived from quinine.
Quinovic: relating to a crystalline acid that is obtained from some varieties of cinchona bark.
Quiddative: relating to the essence of a person or thing.