Dainty



adjective, daintier, daintiest.
1.
of delicate beauty; exquisite:
a dainty lace handkerchief.
2.
pleasing to the taste and, often, temptingly served or delicate; delicious:
dainty pastries.
3.
of delicate discrimination or taste; particular; fastidious:
a dainty eater.
4.
overly particular; finicky.
noun, plural dainties.
5.
something delicious to the taste; a delicacy.
adjective -tier, -tiest
1.
delicate or elegant: a dainty teacup
2.
pleasing to the taste; choice; delicious: a dainty morsel
3.
refined, esp excessively genteel; fastidious
noun (pl) -ties
4.
a choice piece of food, esp a small cake or sweet; delicacy

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