- n. Plural form of trinket.
“Do you think Obama will be able to buy off the UK judges with a DVD box set and a few trinkets from the White House giftshop?”
“It suggests that other areas of literature have also been infected by the Gothic's celebration of the ornamental, its use of certain attractive toys, its uncritical selection of trinkets from the Gothic display cabinet.”
“Reviewers and satirical writers came to gaze upon their works with the same impassivity, borrowing the very same set of trinkets from the display cabinet as the imitative practitioners of the Gothic.”
“Suddenly, she spots a trio of looters taking some trinkets from a pawn shop and leaps to stop them.”
“The film also shows watches, rings and dog tags of dead U.S. soldiers, piled up like trinkets from a cheap carnival.”
“Artisans, where two or three soldiers were modelling and chiselling all kinds of trinkets from the aluminum of enemy shells.”
“Tell him the trinkets are his own, and to his own use let him apply them.”
“Brief, she resembleth thee in all her attributes, and on her fingers are seal rings like thy seal rings and her trinkets are as thy trinkets.”
“The Captain told his wife of the circumstance, and she laughingly remarked that it was a custom among the Indians to name trinkets and presents after the persons who had given them.”
“She wears more "jewelry," as certain young ladies call their trinkets, than I care to see on a person in her position.”
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