Knickknack (noun)

A small ornament or trinket; a decorative item of little value or practical use.

Origin:

From the word knick-knack, which is a reduplicated form of knack, which means an ornament or trinket.

Examples:

  1. She had a shelf full of knickknacks that she had collected over the years.
  2. The store had a wide variety of knickknacks, from keychains to figurines.
  3. I don't need any more knickknacks, I already have too many.
  4. He bought her a knickknack as a souvenir of their trip.
  5. The knickknack was a beautiful piece of craftsmanship, despite its small size.
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