"It's Bill's," said quint, coolly ripping up another breadth of carpet and peering under it.
Doc Curfoot climbed in and took the wheel; quint followed him.
quint shook his head impatiently, apparently preoccupied with other thoughts.
She paused a moment; then she added: quint was much too free.
“I thought Captain quint very interesting,” ventured Ruhannah.
quint thought for a moment, and then he said: "Those who have the gift."
With Mrs. Carew Captain quint exchanged reminiscences of travel on distant seas.
Alexander Sergievitch had lost a "solo" with quint Major, tous les trois.
quint, a black-haired youth of twenty, gave a repressed whoop.
quint looked surprised, and got up out of his chair and lay down quietly across the table.
1520s, "a tax of one-fifth," from Middle French quint, from Latin quintus "the fifth," ordinal to quinque "five" (see quinque-). Used in English of various groups of five since 17c. First attested 1935 as a shortening of quintuplet (American English; British English prefers quin); used originally of the Dionne quintuplets, born May 28, 1934, near Callander, Ontario, Canada.