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Definition of "quaintest" []

  • Attractively unusual, esp in an old-fashioned style (adjective)
  • Odd, peculiar, or inappropriate (adjective)
  • Superlative form of quaint: most quaint. (adjective)

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Use "quaintest" in a sentence
  • "The young Lord invoked on this occasion the celebrity's prized judgment of a special literary case; and Berridge could take the whole manner of it for one of the "quaintest" little acts displayed to his amused eyes, up to now, on the stage of European society -- albeit these eyes were quite aware, in general, of missing everywhere no more of the human scene than possible, and of having of late been particularly awake to the large extensions of it spread before him (since so he could but fondly read his fate) under the omen of his prodigious "hit.""
  • "The rules are a living document, constantly shifting to accomodate new concepts. in 2007, William Gibson said "One of the things our grandchildren will find quaintest about us is that we distinguish the digital from the real, the virtual from the real.""
  • "The film opens with what will end up being the quaintest of all the battle sequences in the film, a skirmish between a military escort and an enemy with far more advanced technology at its disposal."