Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of dainty.
  • noun Women's undergarments.

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Examples

  • The best thing I did for myself after weaning was go to a shop that specializes only in dainties and had a bra fitting.

    Requiem For A Boob | Her Bad Mother

  • The monasteries were real magazines of charming dainties, which is one reason why certain connoisseurs so bitterly regret them.

    Library of the World's Best Literature, Ancient and Modern — Volume 6

  • The jailer was the first to enter; he placed upon the table the provisions, which the kind-hearted governor called dainties, and then left the room.

    Ten Years Later

  • Among the dainties was a live pig, which squeaking and grunting in anticipation of its fate, supplied to this orderly procession the absence of a musical band.

    A New Voyage Round the World in the Years 1823, 24, 25, and 26. Vol. 1

  • No waiting for our stuff to get in/out of storage, no worry that my china would be broken, no embarassment of movers finding "adult content" or going thru my "dainties".

    I agreed to wha? - SpouseBUZZ

  • No waiting for our stuff to get in/out of storage, no worry that my china would be broken, no embarassment of movers finding "adult content" or going thru my "dainties".

    I agreed to wha? - SpouseBUZZ

  • Crystal: Sheriff - Survived albeit with a half a gol'darned dozen er so Swiss cheese holes in her "dainties"...

    GAMING NEWS: Shoot Out At The A-1 Corral (19 April 2006)!

  • Crystal: Sheriff - Survived albeit with a half a gol'darned dozen er so Swiss cheese holes in her "dainties"...

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  • It is possible they might expect other kind of dainties, according to the vain musings of that nation.

    From the Talmud and Hebraica

  • These are the "dainties" of which an impotent longing and desire do betray the minds of unstable persons unto a compliance with ways of sin and folly; for I look on these "dainties" to comprise whatever "the lust of the eyes, the lust of the flesh," or "the pride of life," can afford.

    The Sermons of John Owen

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