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  • noun Plural form of knick-knack.

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Examples

  • The Apple Farm Inn in San Luis Obispo was as filled with knick-knacks as the Four Seasons was streamlined and modern.

    Andrea R. Vaucher: Driving Miss Mado (or Five Days on the Road With My 87-Year-Old Mother)

  • The Apple Farm Inn in San Luis Obispo was as filled with knick-knacks as the Four Seasons was streamlined and modern.

    Andrea R. Vaucher: Driving Miss Mado (or Five Days on the Road With My 87-Year-Old Mother)

  • 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.

    Newbie

  • 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.

    Newbie

  • 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.

    Newbie

  • One of the owners is Colombian and the Botero prints and other South American knick-knacks all add to its characterful appeal.

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  • 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.

    Wish List Wednesday #52: Something Wicked This Way Comes

  • Try rearranging your altar items, changing around your knick-knacks or moving a piece of furniture from here to there.

    Donna Henes: Sunny Suggestions For Coping With S.A.D.-ness

  • 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.

    Archive 2010-06-01

  • 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.

    Newbie

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