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quaint
used in Arrowsmith

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Definition
unusual in an interesting or pleasing way — especially when old-fashioned
  • Then Holabird published officially, under the Institute's seal, Martin's original report to the Trustees, with such quaint revisions as a change of "the results should have analysis" to "while statistical analysis would seem desirable, it is evident that this new treatment has accomplished all that had been hoped."
    Chapter 36 (79% in)

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