Definition of Quainter

1. Adjective. (comparative of quaint) ¹



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Definition of Quainter

1. quaint [adj] - See also: quaint

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Quainter

quail dove
quail hawk
quail pipe
quail pipes
quailed
quailer
quailers
quailest
quaileth
quailies
quailing
quailings
quails
quaily
quainter (current term)
quaintest
quaintish
quaintly
quaintness
quaintnesses
quaintrelle
quair
quairs
quais
quake
quake in one's boots
quake lake
quake lakes

Literary usage of Quainter

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1. Wanderings in Ireland by Michael Myers Shoemaker (1908)
"... City of Bannow—Dancing on the Tombs—Donkeys and Old Women—Tintern Abbey and its Occupants—Quaint Rooms and quainter Stories —Its History and Legends—The ..."

2. The Library of Literary Criticism of English and American Authors by Charles Wells Moulton (1905)
"... is the oddest of all God's creatures, and becomes quainter and quainter every day. It is not easy to conceive what is perfectly true, that he is totally ..."

3. Literary Associations of the English Lakes by Hardwicke Drummond Rawnsley (1901)
"It is impossible to give you any adequate idea of his oddities; for he is the oddest of all God's creatures, and becomes quainter and quainter every day. ..."

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