Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A complaint; a complaining.
- n. archaic A complaint.
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. obsolete A complaint or complaining.
- Latin querimonia, "complaint"; related to querulous. (Wiktionary)
“I'd like to querken your quiddles on the quizzities of the letter Q because they aren't queme and leave me quaddling and full of querimony.”
“Here's a quorum of such quatches ripe for revival, ready for your quaintance: quaddle (grumble), quizzity (oddity), querken (stifle), quiddle (dawdle), querimony (complaint), queme (pleasant), quetch (go), queeve (twist in a road).”
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words that inquire into the nature of things
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