quality

[ kwol-i-tee ]SEE DEFINITION OF quality

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Their names often signified some quality of a horse; as Leucippus, a white horse, &c.

Having never tasted it, I can bear no testimony to its quality.

My conception of the love of God lacked just that quality—intensity.

This says nothing of the quality of my work, which, humble as it may be, is simply the best I know how to do.

How can the quality of eggs be determined: (a) in the market?

The quality of sincerity in Dick's voice was more convincing than any vow might have been.

How may the kind and quality of flour be judged in purchasing it?

So it is with war, and the quality of both is best discovered by sipping.

Power of sustentation; the quality of sustaining a weight in the air.

It is the deficiency, and not the excess of this quality, that is to be feared.

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