adj.strange in an interesting or pleasing way
○ quaint dialect words
○ quaint streets of New Orleans, that most foreign of American cities
adj.very strange or unusual
○ odd or even incongruous in character or appearance
○ "the head terminating in the quaint duck bill which gives the animal its vernacular name"- Bill Beatty
○ "came forth a quaint and fearful sight"- Sir Walter Scott
○ a quaint sense of humor
Over the parapet showed quaint and fanciful little buildings
Acres and acres of tall pine and evergreen lined the shores of the lake with widely spaced quaint cabins nestled in a clearing here and there.
On the face of it, life was a mixture of the quaint and the archaic
Here was an old Church, quaint and rambling and gabled
Obtain quaint from general company as to FOB price per unit on basis200units.
The quaint Field noises, the yokels' whistling, and the splash of water-fowl, each seemed to him enchanted
The piano HAS a quaint old-world tone about it
It might have been the trees he was addressing on the quaint customs of crystals
It is a quaint old Hamlet.
There is something almost quaint in the image of Irish organized crime,something that calls to mind old movies with Jimmy Cagney(James Traub)