Did you possibly mean knickknacks?
- n. Plural form of knick-knack.
“Try rearranging your altar items, changing around your knick-knacks or moving a piece of furniture from here to there.”
“I think it was the intro to the show that turned me off, with Bradbury writing den and all its knick-knacks out for display.”
“One of the owners is Colombian and the Botero prints and other South American knick-knacks all add to its characterful appeal.”
“If you are just concerned about bringing a 'few' things like kitchen equipment, clothes, computers, knick-knacks etc etc and not a bunch of furniture and a 'wood-working shop', you could easily bring that down in your car without any or much trouble nor cost.”
“The Apple Farm Inn in San Luis Obispo was as filled with knick-knacks as the Four Seasons was streamlined and modern.”
“The former house of the poet and artist Jean Cocteau, in Milly-La-Forêt near Paris +33 1 6498 1150, jeancocteau.net, has been turned into a museum, with 500 paintings, drawings and other art works decorating his rooms, along with leopard print wallpaper and erotic knick-knacks.”
“Rediff was selling knick-knacks on its e-commerce channel.”
“Inside a tiny courtyard house, "Esther" Guo Yan works as a tour guide and sells knick-knacks decorated with Jewish stars.”
“The cushions were fluffed, the knick-knacks straightened, and she could find nothing more to be done.”
“I turned my head away from him to see a porcelain doll and some other knick-knacks that looked like they belonged to Danielle.”
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