noun, plural Q's or Qs, q's or qs.
HEED THE VOX POPULI, AND TAKE THIS WORD OF THE DAY QUIZ!
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Q: What was your sensation when they were pouring water... what did you physically feel?The Luxury Homes That Torture and Your Tax Dollars Built|Michael Daly|December 12, 2014|DAILY BEAST
In the Q and A that followed, I was asked about the source of a quote.
Q: That's not a lot of money to suffer from serious complications if the vaccine has flaws.
Q: So there's no side effects like uncontrollable diarrhea or bleeding profusely through your eyes?
Q: What were some of the possible side effects the doctors warned you about?
Q they found the Orderly-Sergeant standing over a half-box of crackers.
Excuse me, Mr. Morton, but I have to be on my p's and q's I see.The American Senator|Anthony Trollope
Q, which had snaked the battery out of the mudhole in a hurry, was coming on a dead run in order to be on time for the charge.
Q, all full of eager questions as to their kindred, and this relieved Shorty, for he could tell them quite as well as Si.
In the formula for the day of the week why does q have the coefficient 7?A Text-Book of Astronomy|George C. Comstock
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noun plural q's, Q's or Qs
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Idioms and Phrases with q (1 of 2)
see mind one's p's and q's.
Idioms and Phrases with q (2 of 2)
see Davy Jones's locker; keep up (with the Joneses).