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trinkets

noun as in finery

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In return for their money, the victims got “mass-produced trinkets and further solicitations.”

She was in and out in a few minutes, a bag of Goopy trinkets under her arm.

I had dated non-Jews before, but none went so far as to decorate their home with such blatantly pious trinkets.

For the trinkets and tours inspired by the franchise, Sony and Gilbert get shut out.

Colorful buildings, hearty beer, and plenty of hand-crafted trinkets to amuse all ages.

You should, before leaving the room, lock your trunk, and be careful not to leave money or trinkets lying about.

Ba'tiste, bending among the lost trinkets that once had been his wife's, did not hear.

One by one Ba'tiste brought forth the trinkets and laid them before the thin-faced man.

Some presents of cutlery and trinkets were then distributed, trumpets sounded, and the party prepared to return to their boats.

No tie pin nor trinkets of any description should be allowed servants.

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On this page you'll find 16 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to trinkets, such as: apparel, regalia, caparison, decoration, formals, and frippery.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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