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The next few hours were a flurry of vacuuming and dusting as my mother chain-smoked her way through the house rearranging knickknacks.
PUERTO RICAN PERNIL IS A STANDOUT THANKSGIVING ROAST. JUST GUARD THAT CRISPY SKIN.MONTI CARLONOVEMBER 18, 2021WASHINGTON POST
Nearly 175 of Capone’s personal items will be auctioned off as his granddaughters seek to share the stories behind his knickknacks, photographs and guns.
MOBSTER AL CAPONE’S GRANDDAUGHTERS ARE SELLING HIS POSSESSIONS, PARTLY OUT OF FEAR OF WILDFIRESMARISA IATIAUGUST 25, 2021WASHINGTON POST
The girls helped to make the cave more homelike, and the lads appreciated every decoration and knickknack given them.
TRAMPING WITH TRAMPSJOSIAH FLYNT
“Perhaps one or two smaller things, a knickknack or two,” he moaned.
THE INEVITABLELOUIS COUPERUS
He well represented the spirit and workmanship of the eighteenth century in the knickknack art of the Second Empire.
RODIN: THE MAN AND HIS ARTJUDITH CLADEL
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OCTOBER 26, 1985
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WORDS RELATED TO KNICKKNACK

  • bagatelle
  • bauble
  • bibelot
  • conversation piece
  • curio
  • curiosity
  • gaud
  • gimcrack
  • item
  • knickknack
  • memento
  • objet d'art
  • souvenir
  • toy
  • trifle
  • trinket
  • whatnot
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