Definition of Trinkets

1. Noun. (plural of trinket) ¹



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Definition of Trinkets

1. trinket [v] - See also: trinket

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Trinkets

trinitrosyl
trinitrotoluene
trinitrotoluenes
trinitrotoluol
trinity
triniunity
trink
trinket
trinketed
trinketer
trinketers
trinketing
trinketlike
trinketries
trinketry
trinkets (current term)
trinkety
trinkle
trinkly
trinks
trinkum
trinkums
trinoctial
trinocular
trinodal
trinomen
trinomial
trinomials
trinominal
trinominals

Literary usage of Trinkets

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1. The Church History of Britain: From the Birth of Jesus Christ Until the Year by Thomas Fuller, John Sherren Brewer (1845)
"... revive our gratitude to God for the abolishing thereof, whose numerous trinkets here ensue. Anno 1554, Mari<e primo. Imprimis, For a cross with a foot, ..."

2. Annals of Philosophy by Richard Phillips, Edward William Brayley (1824)
"Method of cleaning Gold trinkets, and of preserving engraved Copper-plates. The method used by artists for cleaning gold trinkets is the application of a ..."

3. Primitive Industry by Charles Conrad Abbott (1881)
"GORGETS, TOTEMS, PENDANTS AND trinkets. INASMUCH as the name "gorget" given to a class of supposed decorative stones, or insignia of office or rank, ..."

4. The Church History of Britain, from the Birth of Jesus Christ Until the Year by Thomas Fuller (1842)
"... if the standard of gold and silver be but stated proportionably. 30—43. Pope's Profit by Sale of trinkets, by his Annates, ] by Appeals, ..."

5. ... The Works of Oliver Wendell Holmes by Oliver Wendell Holmes (1892)
"She wears more "jewelry," as certain young ladies call their trinkets, than I care to see on a person in her position. Her voice is strident, her laugh too ..."

6. The History of America by William Robertson (1812)
"... only a few trinkets of small value. Montezuma assured Cortes, that the present whieh he offered to the king of Castile, after doing homage, ..."

7. Neuman and Baretti's Dictionary of the Spanish and English Languages by Henry Neuman, Giuseppe Marco Antonio Baretti (1842)
"Joyas, Jewels, trinkets ; all the wearing apparel and ornament of women, especially of ... Jeweller, one who traffics in jew els, trinkets, and toys. ..."

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