adjective, quaint·er, quaint·est.
SYNONYMS FOR quaint
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Origin of quaint
OTHER WORDS FROM quaintquaintly, adverbquaintness, noun
Example sentences from the Web for quaint
Let this be the year you seek out remote B&Bs in quaint Vermont towns.
Birtherism first emerged in 2008 during Obama’s primary campaign through the now very quaint medium of chain emails.The Birther Myth Stuck Around For Years. The Election Fraud Myth Might Too.|Kaleigh Rogers|November 23, 2020|FiveThirtyEight
It’s mostly residential with quaint single-family homes and tree-lined streets.Berkeley: A City That Fights for the Rights of All|LGBTQ-Editor|November 20, 2020|No Straight News
Looking back, many of the developments seem quaint, but at the time, they were huge.
It seems quite quaint to think back on the days when ads with text were a jarring enough experience that Facebook would just disapprove them outright.Social Shorts: Facebook’s 20% rule, Pinterest Story Pins, Reddit brand safety options|Ginny Marvin|September 28, 2020|Search Engine Land
Nothing in Shesol's study reads as quaintly as Johnson's concern for the good opinion of "intellectuals."
This now seems as quaintly adorable as picture hats and daily milk deliveries.
Sinn Fein, the political wing of the IRA as it used to quaintly be called, says Martin McGuinness will shake Queen's hand.
I could be invited to appear on mainstream media, as it is still quaintly called.
There is something quaintly appealing about the way Rice insists on the privacy of her innermost motives and emotions.
"Not such a very short allowance either," said the doctor quaintly, and therewith the dinner concluded.The Daisy Chain|Charlotte Yonge
It was ready and eager, and so expressed itself in quaintly worded communications from Baines to those gentlemen.Scattergood Baines|Clarence Budington Kelland
The traveller, as Brantome quaintly tells us, 'fait des discours en soi pour se soutenir en chemin.'The Pocket R.L.S.|Robert Louis Stevenson
They passed almost unnoticed, for strangers were a common sight, often quaintly disguised to escape their enemies.The Light That Lures|Percy Brebner
Relatively, it touches those old times when religious houses, with their quaintly-trimmed orders, were in their halcyon days.Our Churches and Chapels|Atticus