dainty

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Synonyms for dainty

Synonyms for dainty

appealing to refined taste

something fine and delicious, especially a food

Synonyms for dainty

affectedly dainty or refined

delicately beautiful

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especially pleasing to the taste

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excessively fastidious and easily disgusted

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We'll change the furniture outside to be a little daintier and also have a seating area just for drinks".
They are a bit brutal but get them established first before planting another line of maybe daintier species.
and how exascale systems will need to handle both ravenous and daintier appetites.
California poppies are lower-growing and daintier than poppies and hover above feathery foliage,.
New week, new Walkers ad: Gary Lineker footloose and daintier than ever in a 'raining men' dance craptacular.
If you'd prefer a daintier dish to snack on, Lidl's baby potatoes at just 99p per kilo will make a fantastic potato salad mixed with some mayonnaise and fresh herbs.
An imported form of Phragmites australis can sit around without doing much harm but then suddenly spread relentlessly, choking out the daintier native form of the same species and other wetland plants.
Tristram's art does not "respect and promote the healthful activity of society in general": "when thou playest that air with Queen Isolt," he tells Tristram, "Thou makest broken music with thy bride, / Her daintier namesake down in Brittany-- / And so thou breakest Arthur's music too" (ll.
Spherical, or bun-shaped, conifers work well as punctuation points at the apex of a border, on either side of entrances or give strong shape in a border of daintier perennials.
These are daintier, fluffier versions of those carnival behemoths, but they still go great with mustard and ketchup.
In Rodeo, Guerrero was the tough-but-pining Cowgirl, and Akulov was dashing as The Head Wrangler who goes off with a daintier girl.
Among these are "brewhouses; "bakehouses; "engine-houses; and "mathematical houses:' There are "sound houses;' where harmonies are engineered to produce sweeter, and daintier, but also deeper, "more extenuate and sharp" sounds than are known to the Europeans (182).
We know that die-hard pinniped fans head south to Cape Arago, where they can see hundreds of lumbering Stellar sea lions and California sea lions bellowing on the rocks, while the daintier, quieter harbor seals keep their distance.