- n. Plural form of q.
“Specifically, you can use it to make lower case letters plural, as in "You better mind your p's and q's, Steve.”
“Below you'll find some of our favorite q's and a's.”
“I assume that there were many, many votes for space q's, and that the process was 'fair' (1 vote per IP address), but I don't see any comment by Politico attesting to this, so how do I know that the candidates haven't blown off the stories in Wired and elswhere that there was such a surge in interest?”
“She watched her p's and q's with the money but was in no way destitute.”
“I didn't think Rory's q's/ideas were directed at, or at least not principly at, top-level instructors.”
“It was difficult and confusing: What's easy for the eye to distinguish (or not, because you have to mind your p's and q's, not to mention b's and d's) is not necessarily easy for the fingertips.”
“Well, the goose will have to mind its p's and q's when Snubby comes with Loony, " said Barney.”
“If I missed any of your q's it is because I'm working on a Sunday.”
“You're allowed to run around here bestowing up on us whatever "wisdom" you choose to share, but everyone else needs to mind their p's and q's.”
“She just wants to exploit something he says you know, being that she is so close to Scaife now and fox news. .and the other networks take their p's and q's from that lot of idiots!”
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