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Quaint

A term used to refer to antique or old-fashioned styles, such as English style cottages and Queen Anne houses.
References in classic literature ?
It has other historic spots also, which may be hunted out by the curious, and none is more quaint and delightful than Old St.
Up and down the long grassy aisles they wandered, reading the quaint, voluminous epitaphs, carved in an age that had more leisure than our own.
And yet those strange, peaked roofs and quaint, overhung gables were a fitting covering to grim and terrible intrigue.
We walked across the drawbridge, and were admitted by a quaint, gnarled, dried-up person, who was the butler, Ames.
IT seemed to me that this quaint lie was most simply and beautifully told; but then I had heard it only once, and that makes a difference; it was pleasant to the others when it was fresh, no doubt.
Quaint Oak Bancorp is the holding company for Quaint Oak Bank.
It won't fit in with the nature of the area - it's not about fast food, it's more of a quaint market town.
McDonald's anything "It won't fit in with the nature of the area - it's Alun John, Cowbridge not about fast food, it's more of a quaint market town.
Quaint Oak Bancorp has acquired a portfolio of personal and commercial insurance policies from Signature Insurance Agency.
The ABIBA Project is a 50MW on-grid solar utility plant currently being developed and 100% owned by Quaint Global Energy Solutions Nigeria Limited, an affiliate of Quaint energy USA.
Quaint & Quirky, on the High Street, will stay open for free soup, tea and coffee and whatever food is left over on Wednesdays and Saturdays.
Access Infra Africa (Access), a Dubai-based developer, owner and operator of power assets in Africa, has chosen Quaint Solar Energy from Nigeria and Flatbush Solar from Cameroon as the winners of the inaugural $5mn Access Co-Development Fund (ACF).