What is another word for bauble?

1914 synonyms found


[ bˈɔːbə͡l], [ bˈɔːbə‍l], [ b_ˈɔː_b_əl]

Bauble is a fascinating word that mainly refers to a small, showy, and worthless ornament. It is often used to describe cheap jewelry, trinkets or small decorations that hold no actual value. However, there are many synonyms for this term that can be used interchangeably. Some of these synonyms include tchotchke, knick-knack, gewgaw, trinket, ornament, and curio. Each of these words can describe everything from a small souvenir to a luxury item. So whether it's a trinket that you picked up during your travels or a gorgeous gemstone studded ornament, there are always different ways to express what a bauble really is.

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What are the hyponyms for Bauble?

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Usage examples for Bauble

Diligently did Crookleg, for it was he, continue to search, turning over dead bodies, snatching some bauble from their breasts, and so passing to others, as if still unsatisfied.
"The White Squaw"
Mayne Reid
I know the Count to be as vain of his skill in the sword as he is of his pair of watch strings, his Paris-Birmingham snuff-box, or the bauble that glitters on his finger.
"Anna St. Ives"
Thomas Holcroft
Thus had love set aside like a bauble the thing for which her life had been lived, for which she had grown and prepared herself in the attainments of men.
"The Maid of the Whispering Hills"
Vingie E. Roe

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