This word describes a woman who is focused on style and leisurely pastimes. A quaintrelle enjoys the finer things in life, often leading a life of passion, charm, and pleasure. A quaintrelle finds joy and beauty in even the most mundane of things, enchanting and delighting all those around her with her positive and whimsical aura. It is originated from the word quaint, and was used as the feminine counterpart to dandy in the latter part of the 19th century.


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