The trinket works as follows: Ask a question, shake the ball, and a tiny digital readout supplies an answer.
It looked like a copper pull-chain from an old lamp, with a trinket attached that could have come from a cereal box.
Ever and anon they would sell a yard of lace, a ribbon, a trinket, a pack of thread.
The Indians were eager to give a nicely tanned buffalo robe for a knife or almost any trinket in the hands of the white men.
You see, we'll empty it every night, and start it off fresh every morning, with a trinket or two put back for bait.
I am fond of this trinket, but I want to know what is inside.
When she was a small girl I have seen her asleep with some trinket clasped in her rosy hand on the coverlet.
It is a trinket that isn't of much value only as a keep-sake.
They were in a jeweller's shop, and Mrs. Neuchatel was choosing a trinket for a wedding present.
So Badhild gave the trinket to the girl and bade her take it to Wayland.