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- v. Alternative form of quitch.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- See quitch.
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- v. express complaints, discontent, displeasure, or unhappiness
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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).
(pleasant), quetch (go), queeve (twist in a road).
'deasiul', 'quetch', 'seiling', zethe 'and' nye ', to take a sample from just one game played by Nigel Richards.
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