Sentence for quaint | Use quaint in a sentence

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  • How quaint! (8)
  • Quaint, that unholy interest! (8)
  • Quaint way to put it! (8)
  • How quaint and boyish! (8)
  • The word seemed quaint. (10)
  • Quaint, how she had at once made friends with him! (8)
  • She recollected that he was quaint. (10)
  • His French was quaint, but not absurd. (10)
  • A quaint little pitying smile comes on her lips. (8)
  • But see what quaint creatures we have about us! (10)
  • And such a quaint kind of eighteenth-century type of beauty! (9)
  • Her evasions of answers that, plain speculation would supply were quaint. (10)
  • Do you suppose Mr. Beaton gave the other one some hints for that quaint dress of hers? (9)
  • No one, countess, I assure you, has ever before made the quaint mistake of asking me for money. (12)
  • At that quaint saying, Courtier was hard put to it not to take hold of the hands so close to him. (8)
  • And in return had written him long, perfectly correct epistles in her still rather quaint English. (8)
  • At no moment of their quaint mutual history are the sexes to be seen standing more acutely divided. (10)
  • He lends an attentive ear when I speak, agrees or has a quaint pucker of the eyebrows dissenting inwardly. (10)
  • From Union Square may be seen a large wall, upon which is painted a quaint landscape of gigantic proportions. (16)
  • The Protestant chapel stands below upon a shoulder; in the midst of the town is the quaint old Catholic church. (2)
  • In Nuremberg it is not the quaint or the picturesque that is exceptional; it is the matter-of-fact and the commonplace. (9)
  • Longfellow had a ghost story of this quaint plaisance, which he used to tell with an artful reserve of the catastrophe. (9)
  • Squads of soldiers tramping by turned to look and smile, and the dull faces of citizens lighted up at the quaint sight. (9)
  • I spoke it even to the quaint character whom I borrowed his books from, and who might almost have come out of his books. (9)
  • I admire all that quaint, old-fashioned politeness; it is much more to my taste than modern ease; modern ease often disgusts me. (4)
  • Some wayward activity of old associations set her humming a quaint English tune, by which she was brought to her consciousness. (10)
  • And Nature with her quaint irony began working in him one of her strange revolutions, following her cyclic laws into the depths of his heart. (8)
  • Soon a quaint brightness showed in her eyes, looking at the toilettes of the passers-by, and at each shop-front, more engrossing than the last. (8)
  • Yet he might be an ingenuous creature precisely because of the suspicion roused by his quaint unworldliness that he might be a terrible actor. (10)
  • Her expressive eyes, and her quaint simplicity, and her enthusiasm for England, haunted Mr. Fellingham; being conjured up by contrast with what he met about him. (10)

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Definition of quaint:

  • quaint, kwnt, adj. unusual: odd: whimsical: (_obs._) prim, affectedly nice: fine: (_shak._) clever. | adv. quaint’ly. | n. quaint’ness. (0)

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