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quaint
used in Anne Of Green Gables

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Definition
unusual in an interesting or pleasing way — especially when old-fashioned
  • Smiling, blushing, limpid eyed, Anne tripped back and gave a quaint, funny little selection that captivated her audience still further.
    Chapter 33 — The Hotel Concert (78% in)
  • But Miss Barry found herself thinking less about Anne's quaint speeches than of her fresh enthusiasms, her transparent emotions, her little winning ways, and the sweetness of her eyes and lips.
    Chapter 29 — An Epoch in Anne's Life (87% in)
  • There was no "mahogany furniture," but there was a white-painted bookcase filled with books, a cushioned wicker rocker, a toilet table befrilled with white muslin, a quaint, gilt-framed mirror with chubby pink Cupids and purple grapes painted over its arched top, that used to hang in the spare room, and a low white bed.
    Chapter 33 — The Hotel Concert (10% in)

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