QUE'ACHY, a. [from queach.]

1. Shaking; moving, yielding or trembling under the feet, as moist or boggy ground.

The queachy fens.

Godwin's queachy sands.

[This word is still in use in New England, and if the word is from the root of quick, we recognize the application of it in quicksand.]

2. Thick; bushy. [Not in use.]