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  • n. Plural form of knickknack.

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Examples

  • Also included in the knickknacks was a list containing dozens of names of people who have previously discovered the box and its bounty of curios as part of a 24/7 worldwide technology-assisted scavenger hunt known as geocaching.

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  • Remove items that collect dust, such as knickknacks, tabletop ornaments, books and magazines.

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  • The shelves, the drawers, the knickknacks, then you start adding larger stuff.

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  • The thriving garden includes photos of about 250 victims, and it's filled with angels and knickknacks and personal mementos.

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  • She also buys all sorts of knickknacks when she travels with her family or clients, from New Orleans to Oaxaca, Mexico.

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  • Bookshelves lined the walls, crammed with books and knickknacks.

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  • What knickknacks there were, were in harmony with the natural, the nautical.

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  • Beyond an oaken dressing-table, with an orderly litter of combs and brushes and dainty feminine knickknacks, there was no sign of its being used as a bedroom.

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  • There is a distinct lack of grandmotherly clutter—no knickknacks, no lace doilies, no miniature teacups with depictions of the Seven Wonders of the World.

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  • Straighten books and knickknacks, return dishes to the kitchen, and hang up jackets.

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