/ (kwɪst) /
noun plural quists or quist
West Midland and Southwest English dialect a wood pigeon
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You may have read the word "simmer" in a recipe or two, but what does it really mean?
Word Origin for quist
of obscure origin
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Example sentences from the Web for quist
Quist showed in the lock, dumped two portable shelters to the ground, came scrambling nimbly down the ramp.
After that, you and Quist stay in this cabin with the door locked until the ship has set down.