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quaint, adj. 1. strange, peculiar, unusual, curious, uncommon; unfamiliar, odd, queer, singular, unique; eccentric, pixilated, bizarre, SI. rum; unconventional, unorthodox, outlandish, extraordinary; fanciful, whimsical, fantastic, absurd, preposterous; ridiculous, humorous, ludicrous, droll, funny, funny-looking; weird, offbeat, Inf. kooky, Inf. off the wall, SI. freaky, SI. wacky.
2. picturesque, old-fashioned, small-town, archaic, antiquated; gothic, rococo, grotesque, baroque, daedal.

quake, v. 1. shake, tremble, shudder; rock, reel, sway, toss, pitch; toss and turn, toss and tumble, pitch and plunge, rock and roll; waver, oscillate, librate, falter; totter, wobble, flounder, stagger; pendulate, tick, tock, tick-tock.
2. quiver, vibrate, quaver; throb, pulsate, palpitate, writhe, squirm, quail; shiver, chill, flutter, flitter, flit, twitch, vellicate.
-n. 3. earthquake, tremor, trembler,
Chiefly U.S. temblor, shock; cataclysm, breakup, upheaval, dias-trophism, seismic disturbance.
4. agitation, vibration, oscillation; jolt, jog, jar, jostle, jerk, start, stir, succussion; pulsation, palpitation, beat, pitter-patter, pitapat; twitch, vellication, tic, rictus; paroxysm, orgasm, throe, cramp, convulsion, spasm, fit, seizure,
Pathol, ictus; stroke, apoplexy, heart attack, Pathol, coronary thrombosis, Pathol. jactation.
5. quiver, quaver, tremble, shudder; shiver, jitter, twitter, ague,
Inf shakes, St. Vitus dance; fidget, jiggle, jig, flutter, flitter, flap; rock, reel, roll, lurch, welter; toss, tumble, pitch, swing, sway.

qualification, n. 1. competence, competency, fitness, fittedness, eligibility, preparedness, readiness; proficiency, adeptness, experience, know-how, skillfulness, knowledgeability; capability, capableness, ability, ableness, efficiency; commensurability, satisfactoriness, acceptability, acceptableness; suitability, meet-ness, adequacy, sufficiency.
2. requirement, requisite, condition; criterion, standard.
3. restriction, restricting, limitation, limiting, regulation, regulating; definition, defining, confinement, confining, narrowing, bounding, boundary; dependence, condition, proviso, provision; modification, alteration, change, adaptation, adjustment.

qualified, adj. 1. capable, able, efficient, SI. on the ball; competent, fit, fitted, equipped, prepared, well-grounded, trained, ready, up to grade; proficient, adept, finished, polished, practiced, experienced, Fr. au fait; skilled, skillful, knowledgeable, versed, well-informed, Inf. knowing the ropes, Inf. knowing one's stuff, SI. knowing one's onions; commensurate, equal to, Inf. up to; satisfactory, Inf. up to snuff, acceptable; adequate, all right, Inf. OK, Archaic, sufficient; suitable, suited, fitting, proper, meet.

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Benefits of Radish

Piles

Radishes are considered roughage, which means that it is composed of indigestible carbohydrates. This facilitates digestion, water retention, and it fixes constipation, which is one of the major causes of piles. As such a good detoxifier, it helpsheal the symptoms of pilesvery quickly. Its juice also soothes the digestive and excretory system, further relieving the symptoms of piles.

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