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Another word for quaint

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Adjective
  1. Agreeably curious, especially in an old-fashioned or unusual way

      1. Deviating from what is ordinary, usual, or expected; strange or peculiar:
      2. Being in excess of the indicated or approximate number, extent, or degree. Often used in combination:
      3. Constituting a remainder:
      1. Causing laughter or amusement:
      2. Making or given to making amusing jokes or witticisms:
      3. Appropriate as the subject of a joke; deserving of a joke. Used in negative sentences to express disapproval or to emphasize the seriousness of something:
    See also:

    usual

  2. Deviating from the customary

    See also:

    usual

Another word for quaint

Modifier
  1. Unusual

      1. Departing from a recognized, conventional, or established norm or pattern.
      2. Deviating from a circular form or path, as in an elliptical orbit.
      3. Not having the same center:
      1. Being only one; individual; lone:
      2. Being the only one of a kind; unique:
      3. Being beyond what is ordinary, especially in being exceptionally good; remarkable:
      1. Not previously known; unfamiliar:
      2. Not of one's own or a particular locality, environment, or kind; not native:
      3. Out of the ordinary or difficult to account for; unusual or peculiar:
      1. Deviating from what is ordinary, usual, or expected; strange or peculiar:
      2. Being in excess of the indicated or approximate number, extent, or degree. Often used in combination:
      3. Constituting a remainder:
    See also:

    unusual

  2. Old-fashioned but charming

      1. Of, relating to, possessing, or inhabiting a colony or colonies.
      2. Of or relating to the 13 British colonies that became the original United States of America.
      3. Of or relating to the colonial period in the United States.
      1. of or characteristic of the early, especially the Colonial, period of U.S. history; specif., of a plain or sturdy style in furniture, arts, and crafts of this period
      1. Of or relating to the Goths or their language.
      2. Germanic; Teutonic.
      3. Of or relating to the Middle Ages; medieval.
      1. Of, relating to, or belonging to the period of the reign of Queen Victoria:
      2. Relating to or displaying the standards or ideals of morality regarded as characteristic of the time of Queen Victoria:
      3. Being in the highly ornamented, massive style of architecture, decor, and furnishings popular in 19th-century England.
      1. Of, relating to, or characteristic of a style in art and architecture developed in Europe from the early 17th to mid-18th century, emphasizing dramatic, often strained effect and typified by bold, curving forms, elaborate ornamentation, and overall balance of disparate parts.
      2. Of, relating to, or characteristic of a style of composition that flourished in Europe from about 1600 to 1750, marked by expressive dissonance and elaborate ornamentation.
      3. Extravagant, complex, or bizarre, especially in ornamentation:
      1. Acted upon, influenced, or changed.
      2. Emotionally stirred or moved.
      3. Infected or attacked, as by disease.
      1. Characterized by, arising from, or subject to whimsy:
      2. Playful or fanciful, especially in a humorous way:
      1. Too old to be fashionable, suitable, or useful; outmoded.
      2. Very old; aged:
      1. Of, relating to, or belonging to times long past, especially before the fall of the Western Roman Empire ( ad 476):
      2. Of great age; very old:
      3. Having the qualities associated with age, wisdom, or long use; venerable:
      1. that captivates; fascinating
      2. beautiful; showing great beauty
      3. Present participle of captivate.
      1. Giving pleasure or enjoyment; agreeable.
      1. Attractive or pretty in a youthful or dainty way:
      2. Sexually attractive; good-looking:
      3. Obviously contrived to charm; precious:
      1. Eager to learn more:
      2. Unduly inquisitive; prying:
      3. Arousing interest because of novelty or strangeness:
      1. Created in the fancy; imaginary or unreal:
      2. Tending to indulge in fancy:
      3. Showing invention or whimsy in design; imaginative.
      1. Relating to, being, or characteristic of a much earlier, often more primitive period, especially one that develops into a classical stage of civilization:
      2. No longer current or applicable; antiquated:
      3. Relating to, being, or characteristic of words and language that were once in regular use but are now relatively rare and suggestive of an earlier style or period.
      1. Of, suggesting, or suitable for a picture:
      2. Striking or interesting in an unusual way; irregularly or quaintly attractive:
      3. Strikingly expressive or vivid: