Quaint – meaning of the word and examples

Attractive because of being unusual and especially old-fashioned. (Cambridge Dictionary)

Quaint can also be used to show that you do not approve of something, especially an opinion, belief, or way of behaving, because it is strange or old-fashioned:  (Cambridge Dictionary)

Having an old-fashioned attractiveness or charm; oddly picturesque: (Dictionary.com)

Strange, peculiar, or unusual in an interesting, pleasing, or amusing way. (Dictionary.com)

Unusual or different in character or appearance : Odd. (Merriam – Webster)

Something that is quaint is attractive because it is unusual and old-fashioned. (Collins Dictionary)

Examples

The most quaint small town in every state. 

https://www.msn.com/en-us/travel/tripideas/the-most-quaint-small-town-in-every-state/ss-AAvZMHn#image=7

“Delights from Mario Cesare b&b in quaint style”.

https://www.tripadvisor.co.za/LocationPhotoDirectLink-g3535262-d12525529-i282124672-Mario_Cesare-Gergei_Province_of_Cagliari_Sardinia.html
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