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quaint
used in Ulysses by James Joyce

3 uses
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Definition
unusual in an interesting or pleasing way — especially when old-fashioned
  • Across the page the symbols moved in grave morrice, in the mummery of their letters, wearing quaint caps of squares and cubes.
    Episode 2 — Nestor (32% in)
  • And Edy Boardman laughed too at the quaint language of little brother.
    Episode 13 — Nausicca (3% in)
  • He is a rather quaint fellow on the whole, coy though not feebleminded in the medical sense.
    Episode 15 — Circe (37% in)

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