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Synonym: curiousoddold-fashionedSimilar words: acquaintedmaintainain'tfaintsaintdaintypaintercomplaintMeaning: [kweɪnt]  adj. 1. strange in an interesting or pleasing way 2. very strange or unusual; odd or even incongruous in character or appearance 3. attractively old-fashioned (but not necessarily authentic). 
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1 Grandma lives in a quaint old cottage.
2 There were many small lanes in the quaint village.
3 Boppard is a small, quaint town with narrow streets.
4 They still keep some quaint old customs.
5 "What a quaint idea!" she said, laughing at him.
6 This quaint custom should be revived.
7 Fancy taking in the quaint country lanes of Hampshire?
8 The afternoon naps,(www.Sentencedict.com) the quaint hours they keep.
9 Beside this, Britain's outbreaks of sleaze seem almost quaint.
10 Quaint nursery rhymes defiled by crashing noise nightmares?
11 Kalkara is still quaint in many ways, but as a residential area it is mixed.
12 The fruit of the little enlivening the quaint old northern town has got through the Exhibition may be seen by-and-bye.
13 The look can be quaint or dated(sentencedict.com), but most people who buy an old house long to update the surfaces.
14 We stood together in the quaint street with our pants around our ankles.
15 As some quaint, dimity-repressed little islanders from whose dusty loins sprang forth Shakespeare, Upstairs Downstairs and an Empire.
16 I fear your quaint down-home speech is wasted on me, my friend.
17 We stayed in a quaint little fishing village in Cornwall.
18 The town itself has a pedestrian centre with quaint narrow streets leading down to the lake front.
19 Other than the quaint little town waiting to get buried, what boilerplate ingredients do we have?
20 It was simple and quaint and the terrain around them was solemn and rugged.
21 When we had finished our sweetmeats or fruit she would accompany us to the stoep, bidding us thank our mother for her gift and sending quaint, old-fashioned messages to her and the Father. Then she would turn and enter the house, closing the door behind, so that it became once more a place of mystery.
22 With media turning into little more than a gaggle of special effects, journalistic ethics may seem a bit quaint.
23 Many of the cottagers in the neighbourhood keep one or more of these quaint pets.
24 If that was its method of discouraging tourists in their search for quaint old London pubs, it was highly successful.
25 For his pains my first bedmate could have had the benefits of a protracted rest in one of our quaint medieval prisons.
26 Vintage automobiles, horsedrawn street cars and traditional marching bands pass alongside quaint old stores and cafes where ragtime music is played.
27 The Country Club of Mount Dora takes its name from the quaint local town in which it is situated.
28 After following field tracks and minor roads across mid-Devon, passing through quaint villages, you arrive in Exmoor.
29 We navigated the Stygian gloom of the corridor arm in arm like a quaint, old-fashioned couple.
30 Attractions include scenic journeys by boat and an eight-mile steam railway as well as quaint shops and restaurants.
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