Quarles [kwawrlz, kwahrlz] Examples noun
- Francis,1592–1644, English poet.
Examples from the Web for quarles Contemporary Examples of quarles
“Unless they are hoarders, [celebs] don’t keep most of it,” Quarles says.
March 11, 2014
In Quarles, police captured a rape suspect, noticed he was wearing an empty holster, and asked him where his gun was.
April 23, 2013
Historical Examples of quarles
At least that proves I did not steal the money, Mr. Quarles?
Frank V. Webster
The old man slanted a keen glance in Mr. Quarles’ direction.
Irvin S. Cobb
In an instant he recognized the renegade Quarles and rage rose within him.
Joseph A. Altsheler
The first is claimed by Quarles, who also wrote another in the form.
I have been reading lately what of Quarles’s poetry I could get.
Henry David Thoreau
British Dictionary definitions for quarles Quarles noun
- Francis. 1592–1644, English poet