- n. Plural form of tchotchke.
“At-Home Imagineering is Martha-Stewart-grade crafts and cooking project that results in tchotchkes and nosh inspired by the rides and menus of Disnelyland.”
“MacImports brings these marvellous tchotchkes from the Far East to you.”
“Then, using other virtual tchotchkes from the shop, they create customized cover art.”
“Cheap laser-cutting has come to the world's crafters, and Etsy is awash in lovely, precision-cut tchotchkes of all description.”
“In her latest efforts, she's taken thrift-store tchotchkes - the schlockiest of bird and pig ceramics - and cocooned them in . . . stockings and fabric.”
“And if the WTO tries to embargo China, it'll quickly discover that the rest of the world isn't prepared to live without plastic tchotchkes and junkware either.”
“Always feeling like there was something missing from her life, she had turned to excess, amassing a mountain of clothes, shoes, bags and random tchotchkes to fill the void.”
“Inundated with tchotchkes, Penny Burk, the show's longtime makeup artist, asked for Egyptian cotton as an alternative.”
“I got her a cute set of underwear—like Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday panties—and a lot of other cute tchotchkes.”
“There are no knickknacks or tchotchkes—just that marvelous old doge looming over the fireplace.”
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