keepsake

[ keep-seyk ]SEE DEFINITION OF keepsake

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR KEEPSAKE

"You ought to give it to him as a keepsake," said young Howard, aggressively.

He even had a watch with a silver chain on which a ring was hanging as a keepsake.

Little Lorentz gave her his horse as a keepsake, and Asta gave her youngest doll.

He must have stole it for a keepsake when I was kissing him!

She hunted over all her treasures, and gave each of the children a keepsake.

Sir Walter, therefore, kept these back, and gave them later to Heath's Keepsake.

Also, he took the ruby brooch for a friend—and as a sort of keepsake, you know.

The London Keepsake, for 1852, contains an article by Carlyle.

Won't you take it for a keepsake, dear, to go with your needle-book, you know?

“It was given to me as a keepsake by Miss Jemima,” said I, very quietly.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR KEEPSAKE

trophies

nounphysical award
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