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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.
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Despite the police presence, the Marais is one of the quaintest neighborhoods in Paris, with falafel shops, kosher butchers and Jewish bakeries lining the cobblestone Rue des Rosiers in the center of the district.
It's one of America's quaintest cities: a mix of handsome brick houses and colonial architecture set on cobbled streets, backed by soaring 21st century skyscrapers and fronted by a network of paths along the coast, taking in attractions from historical sites (The USS Constitution, the oldest commissioned warship in the world) and politics (at the Boston Tea Party Ship and Museum) to art.
In his day job, the winger plies his trade at Craven Cottage, perhaps England's quaintest ground - where, even in the current relegation struggle, you rarely hear more than a polite grumble.
From here one can proceed for a walk through the collachio area in the old quarter, where the Knights had their inns or auberges, and which is the quaintest part of Vittoriosa, which is one of Malta's oldest cities.
Fulham's home on the banks of the Thames is one of the quaintest grounds in football.
and its inhabitants, so many of whom speak the quaintest of French dialects--all these breathe out the charm of dead centuries saturated with Indian traditions, the traditions of Brittany and Normandy, and of the France and England of days gone by." (88)
The Rhine boasts beautiful scenery, vineyards, and some of the quaintest villages in Europe.
"Heart of the Community: The Libraries We Love" looks t three hundred libraries throughout the United States and Canada to the quaintest and most charming libraries throughout the country.
Located in Noe Valley, one of San Francisco's quaintest neighborhoods, this lesbian-owned bookshop combines literary comfort with culinary arts.
But the quaintest part was the sweet lassi, served in shot glasses.