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1 Afool should never hold a bauble in his hand.
2 The jester brandished his bauble.
3 The jewels, the diamonds, the baubles you're so fond of?
4 This sumptuous bauble, appropriately named the Tor Abbey Jewel, was doubtless made for a wealthy patron.
5 They're born to be automatons, consumed by baubles and gimmicks.
6 More like jewellery than cheap baubles, they were left over from a Christmas long ago.
7 Information baubles and still usable pop-culture tidbits are strewn about.
8 A bauble is a showy ornament of little value.
9 That little bauble is not to be compared with this enormous jewel.
10 That little bauble is not to be compared with ( not to ) this enormous jewel.
11 Take away that shining bauble there,(www.Sentencedict.com) and lock up the doors.
12 The child was delighted with the bauble she had won in the grab bag.
13 Learning is a scepter to some, a bauble to others.
14 Some, like becoming High Sheriff of Somerset, were trouble-free baubles.
15 The colour screen sits amongst the crippled, dust-flecked furniture like a rhinestone bauble.
16 The jury box is set off by a walnut rail and descending baubles, round spheres of beautifully grained wood.
17 A bag of red wool was produced from a work basket and the looped baubles glittered on the tree.
18 Who knew when she might collapse in a heap of baubles and bangles?
19 This room is kept firmly locked until Christmas Day dawns, so mischievous fingers can't hide the baubles.
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