- n. Plural form of matryoshka.
“Its atmospherics are impeccable, exemplified by the increasingly frowning matryoshkas and a haunting rendition of Nunc dimittis in the credits.”
“It's Chinese boxes, matryoshkas, nesting dolls; infinities of distorting mirrors.”
“Around him stood a full-size Russian attack helicopter, mock satellites, nuclear energy officials plugging their expertise, and four-story-high matryoshkas, or Russian nesting dolls.”
“The boy made his bodyguards drop by almost a dozen of souvenir shops before he finally found what he wanted - Russian nesting dolls, or matryoshkas, and wooden boxes decorated with ornaments or all colors.”
“I must admit, these fang matryoshkas are super-cute despite the fact that they are baring their sharp teeth at me.”
“These fang matryoshkas are inspired by 9th century Russian nesting dolls and are made out of high-grade ABS plastic.”
“George W. Bush is not shown as the "devil" and the trader there also sold "Bin Laden" and "Gitler" matryoshkas.”
“Russian attack helicopter, mock satellites, nuclear energy officials plugging their expertise, and four-story-high matryoshkas, or”
“These countries were also divided up between the two semifinals, using more matryoshkas and several sealed envelopes.”
“Observers from Eurovision's headquarters watched the matryoshkas like hawks in order to ensure that fair play was maintained and there was no skullduggery involving false bottoms or an unusual number of strawberries.”
Looking for tweets for matryoshkas.