bauble[ baw-buhl ]SEE DEFINITION OF bauble
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Her black eyes gleamed with triumph at the sight of the bauble.
It was thus I now toyed there with my fate in my hands, as might a child have toyed with a bauble.
He let it lie on the table before him and gazed at the bauble in a strong distaste.
So you had better produce the other bauble you stole at the same time.
Actually, he knew he could get an easy twenty-five balata for the bauble in Karth.
It is a bauble meant to gratify her: why make it a fetter, be it ever so light a one?
I keep a box in my pocket merely as a bauble—it was a present.
She threw the bauble on the floor; it lay there crushed and shapeless.
The gilding all stripped from the bauble which till then had made her happy.
But it was only a pinchbeck thing, an imitation, a bauble, an empty show.