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knick-knack or nick-nack (ˈnɪkˌnæk)
1.  a cheap ornament; trinket
2.  an ornamental article of furniture, dress, etc
[C17: by reduplication from knack, in obsolete sense: toy]
nick-nack or nick-nack
[C17: by reduplication from knack, in obsolete sense: toy]
'knick-knackery or nick-nack
'nick-nackery or nick-nack

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