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Sentence count:35Posted:2017-03-04Updated:2020-07-24
Synonym: baubleknickknackplaythingtoytrifleSimilar words: tinkerlinkedjunketblanketbrinkdrinkshrinkdrink toMeaning: ['trɪŋkɪt]  n. cheap showy jewelry or ornament on clothing. 
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1. He bought her trinkets and took her to the theatre.
2. His wife liked little trinkets for her dressing table.
3. In exchange, occasionally they were given trinkets and promises or reservations upon land that was theirs to begin with.
4. Others survive by begging, selling trinkets or scavenging on rubbish tips.
5. They include brandy glasses, a clock, a trinket box and other items.
6. Women and girls would pile flowers, trinkets and gifts on stage at his feet.
7. One shelf displayed trinkets from each country she had visited.
8. Claudel is bringing your little trinket back for some adjustments. Too delicate for us to handle.
9. Where others see trinkets,( Romans see the holy grail: something for nothing.
10. For some fans, it wasn't enough to leave trinkets and pictures scrawled with tearful goodbye messages in just one place.
11. The fancy taste for ornaments and trinkets displayed by these peculiar birds appealed to the Victorian dilettante.
12. We have a trinket, as does every other class.
13. A gaudy or showy ornament or trinket.
14. He bought her some trinket.
15. Their trinket is totally useless.
16. Trinket was not going to be outdone. If this young fellow could continue calmly scavenging, so could he. He popped another slice of layer cake nonchalantly into his mouth.
17. Of the four eunuchs waiting outside the door, Trinket was unable to recognize a single one.
18. Vanish CS after he uses PVP trinket or after he already used counter attack.
19. From there you must trinket his fear asas it lands ( the IOTH mod helps greatly ).
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20. Trinket = A small ornament, such as a piece of jewelry.
21. 'You know, Trinket, 'he said musingly, 'you could be a good lad if you chose.
22. She always returns from vacation with a few souvenirs, even if they're only cheap trinkets.
23. She walked in the woods at the edge of the meadow and looked at the trinkets in the boughs.
24. The odd grown-up cracker will occasionally reveal an Asprey trinket or an enamel box.
25. House rules allow only minor gifts such as shirts and souvenir trinkets.
26. Malongo was charmed by the idea that it suggested crass ambition and mindless spending on consumer trinkets.
27. Even the horse brasses, hung beside the fire, pub trinkets, reassure me.
28. A glass cabinet sat on the counter, crammed with dusty trinkets, leatherwork and tins of sardines.
29. Chief Auctioneer, Michael Welch, suggests that silver, brass or other trinkets could well fetch a tidy sum.
30. The stakes continued to rise, some betting two, some three taels , so Trinket put on two and won two; with the next throw he lost one tael.
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