Quinquivalent
Quinquivalent \Quin*quiv"a*lent\, a. [Quinque- + L. valens, -entis, p. pr. See {Valence}.] (Chem.) Same as {Pentavalent}. [1913 Webster]

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  • quinquivalent — adjective Having a valence of five …   Wiktionary

  • quinquivalent — quin·qui·valent …   English syllables

  • quinquivalent — adjective see quinquevalent …   Useful english dictionary

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  • q\-cumbersome — 1. (Q cumbersome) (1019↑, 45↓) When a word has too many Qs All of these words are just too Q cumbersome: Albuquerque; equivoque; quaquaversal; querquedule; quinquagesima; quinquangular; quinquarticular; quinqueangled; quinquedentate;… …   Urban English dictionary

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