curio[ kyoo r-ee-oh ]SEE DEFINITION OF curio
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CURIO
Besides the bounty she received she was given $2 for the hide by a curio dealer.
How does Perkinsville look with that—with that curio squattin' on top of it?
They're like everything else sold by curio dealers—all humbug.
Curio wished me to have been there, and says nothing could have been more propitious.
But not the whole; for Curio left me not till he had shown how each had died.
Curio is a good friend of mine; will it please you to hear these things from his own lips?'
I am the bosom friend, you may know, of Curio, the favorite slave of Fronto—'
But what is there in the heart of Pronto that is kept from Curio?
Any slave like Curio, or he of the Flavian, may be had for a basket-full of oboli.
What sallies I made upon Piso, Curio, on the whole of that set!
"piece of bric-a-brac from the Far East," 1851, shortened form of curiosity (n.).