[kwey-ker-ley-deez] /ˈkweɪ kərˌleɪ diz/
noun, (used with a plural verb)
[kwey-ker-lee] /ˈkweɪ kər li/ adjective 1. like a Quaker. adverb 2. in the manner of the Quakers.
noun 1. a meeting of Quakers, at which all members, except those moved to speak, remain silent. 2. Informal. a gathering at which there is considerable silence. noun 1. a gathering of the Quakers for worship, characterized by periods of silence and by members speaking as moved by the Spirit
[kweyk] /kweɪk/ verb (used without object), quaked, quaking. 1. (of persons) to shake or tremble from cold, weakness, fear, anger, or the like: He spoke boldly even though his legs were quaking. 2. (of things) to shake or tremble, as from shock, internal convulsion, or instability: The earth suddenly began to quake. noun 3. an […]
noun 1. a bog formed of peat or woven rushes and shrubs that forms over water or soft mud and shakes when walked upon.