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  • n  the quality of being beautiful and delicate in appearance
    the daintiness of her touch

  • The homely shoes worn nowadays do not compare with the sublime footgear of a few centuries back, nor do the modern trousers match in daintiness the silken bloomers which were .
  • Last week La Rgie Autonome des Transports Parisiens (transit authority) embarked upon an experiment designed to give the subway a daintiness hitherto found only in boudoir and .
  • How Governor Driscoll and the forces of daintiness would deal with the problem remained to be seen.
Quotes

  • Brooks Atkinson in New York Times
    Reviewing "Cyrano" in The New York Times, Brooks Atkinson wrote, "Frances Reid plays an enchanting Roxane with a skimming touch and a daintiness of accent, as well as obvious enjoyment in the role."

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