knickknack

[ nik-nak ]SEE DEFINITION OF knickknack

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“Perhaps one or two smaller things, a knickknack or two,” he moaned.

He well represented the spirit and workmanship of the eighteenth century in the knickknack art of the Second Empire.

The girls helped to make the cave more homelike, and the lads appreciated every decoration and knickknack given them.

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