quaint

All Noun Adjective
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  • Above it all the man on the quaint war horse made himself heard. Cited from The Long Roll, by Mary Johnston
  • I went off in my side-car to the quaint old village. Cited from The Great War As I Saw It, by Frederick George Scott
  • What is that quaint little girl doing among all those men? Cited from Rembrandt, by Josef Israels
  • I only saw the child once, but it is the quaintest, most original little being! Cited from Jan of the Windmill,Juliana Horatia Ewing
  • And so she ran on in her quaint old-world words. Cited from The Sleuth of St. James Street, by M. D. Post
  • Some of our visitors make their appearance in a very quaint style. Cited from Recollections of Europe, by J. Fenimore Cooper
  • The birds have a regular village of quaint little houses built for them in the trees. Cited from Lights and Shadows of New York Life, by James D. McCabe
  • This visit to Paris has brought out more than ever the quaint independence of his character. Cited from French and Oriental Love in a Harem, by Mario Uchard
  • I said, as I stood on the step looking at the quaint old fellow. Cited from Devon Boys, by George Manville Fenn
  • For example, he described, in his own quaint style, an animal he found in this island. Cited from The Pirates' Who's Who, by Philip Gosse
  • They buy a little house in the country and begin a quaint life there.
  • In his short span he passed through many changes, but never one more quaint than this. Cited from "Wee Tim'rous Beasties", by Douglas English
  • I haven't seen the quaint old place since I came home from college. Cited from Grace Harlowe's Golden Summer, by Jessie Graham Flower
  • It is a quaint community with just one fire station, one church, and three businesses.
  • They also visited the quaint old cathedral and other places of historic interest in that famous city. Cited from Winter Adventures of Three Boys, by Egerton R. Young
  • He also gives one mechanical rule, so obvious as to seem rather quaint. Cited from The Psychology of Singing, by David C. Taylor
  • They are treated to what at first appears to be a quaint native ceremony.
  • He had a quaint idea that the old priest might as well make it a double wedding! Cited from Jane Journeys On, by Ruth Comfort Mitchell
  • You know he's celebrated for his quaint ideas about life. Cited from The Golden Silence, by C. N. Williamson and A. M. Williamson
  • Tamsin has little time for quaint village life or a hard day's work.
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