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used in A Prayer for Owen Meany

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unusual in an interesting or pleasing way — especially when old-fashioned
  • All these headlines can turn your mind to mush—headlines that within a year will seem most unmemorable; and if memorable, merely quaint.
    p. 446.7
  • I had never eaten there, but Owen said it was nice enough—on the harbor, a little over-quaint with the seafood theme (lobster pots and buoys and anchors and mooring ropes were prevalent in the decor).
    p. 454.2

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