V2 Vocabulary Building Dictionary



Definition: something small and of little value, such as a cheap piece of jewelry

Synonyms: bauble, charm, knickknack, trifle


Tips: A trinket is any small object that is inexpensive.

Usage Examples:

She likes to collect trinkets from her travels abroad. (baubles, knickknacks)

My grandmother has an immense display of trinkets and curios, collected over many years. (knickknacks, baubles)

What is that funny little trinket you're wearing around your neck? (charm, bauble)

I'm not sure what this trinket is for, but it's interesting, so I like it. (trifle, knickknack)

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