from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. Variant of chachka.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. a knickknack or trinket; a decorative item or souvenir of little value.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. (Yiddish) an inexpensive showy trinket
- n. (Yiddish) an attractive, unconventional woman
And what became of that $100 million tchotchke, which is set to go on a remains unsold (but is not part of the auction), or Hirst himself is a part of the "investment group" that Kristina: Awesome.
BTW, I'm in New Orleans -- the owner of the French Quarter's vampire boutique likes your work, and I have a tchotchke in my luggage that will be delivered at A-Kon.
We'll put down the tchotchke and you'll see a candle, you'll light it from this side, and that's enough information for him to accumulate without a teleprompter.
"As tchotchke as it is, people put them on the ocean deck," said Mr. Dunkelman.
'As tchotchke as it is, people put them on the ocean deck,' said Mr. Dunkelman.
Price, it seems, is no object in a wealthy neighborhood when shoppers spy a tchotchke they must have.
We've got charmingly overpriced neighborhood boutiques, designer shops on Madison, endless tchotchke bazaars crowding the parks and big, dumb chain stores lining Fifth Avenue.
NORTH DAKOTA NOT TECHNICALLY A STATE - North Dakota, that sparsely-populated bastion of meth and roadside Native American tchotchke emporiums that mostly serves as a land buffer between us and the bloodthirsty, war-crazy aggressors in Manitoba, is still technically a territory ... or something.
With our reputation for mission-based publishing and the 'sticking it to the man-ness' of the stunt, readers knew this free book wasn't just a tchotchke: this was a call to arms.
With our reputation for mission-based publishing and the 'sticking it to the man-ness' of the stunt, readers knew our free eBook wasn't just a tchotchke: this was a call to arms.