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knick-knack

Any miscellaneous trinket or toy, especially one that is delicate or dainty. I loved visiting my grandmother when I was a child and examining all the various knick-knacks she'd collected around the house.
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Shop in the souks and don't be afraid to haggle, whether you're in the market for a Berber carpet, leather-ware or just a few cheap knick-nacks.
I'll bet a few quid that the blokes queuing up for the ever-clean knick-nacks are also slightly challenged in the girlfriend department
In accessories, that also extends to large and small pieces, pictures, vases and the smaller knick-nacks which really finish a room off.
Ann tells them why no-one wants to buy - the house is cluttered, dark and full of knick-nacks that no-one can actually see how roomy and beautiful it is.