Etymology

1. quite

adverb. ['ˈkwaɪt'] to a degree (not used with a negative).

Etymology

  • quite (Spanish)

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Rhymes with Quite

  • overexcite
  • disinvite
  • semi-height
  • satterwhite
  • reinvite
  • reignite
  • nonwhite
  • forthright
  • de-excite
  • contrite
  • riunite
  • reunite
  • overwrite
  • overnite
  • overnight
  • mcwright
  • mcwhite
  • mcright
  • mcknight
  • mccright
  • macknight
  • enwright
  • despite
  • clevite
  • uptight
  • upright
  • tonite
  • tonight
  • strite
  • streit

How do you pronounce quite?

Pronounce quite as kwaɪt.

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Sentences with quite


1. Adjective
No one’s really quite sure what causes panosteitis.

2. Adverb
The atmosphere also is quite loud with music and sound effects.

Quotes about quite


1. Frustration, although quite painful at times, is a very positive and essential part of success.
- Bo Bennett

2. I'm involved in quite a few ministries as a bridge builder, trying to match generous givers and donors to other ministries. Based on my past, I'm also involved in mainly the prison ministry. I go to jails and prisons and share my story, trying to give them some hope.
- Lex Luger

3. I'm quite a confident person in many ways, but there's only so much you can hear about being compared to Hattie Jacques. For the record, she was a comedy goddess, but she was 25 stone. I hope I'm right in saying I'm not in any way nearly 25 stone.
- Miranda Hart

2. quite

adverb. ['ˈkwaɪt'] of an unusually noticeable or exceptional or remarkable kind (not used with a negative).

Synonyms

  • quite a

Etymology

  • quite (Spanish)
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