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.
It is a trinket that isn't of much value only as a keep-sake.
You see, we'll empty it every night, and start it off fresh every morning, with a trinket or two put back for bait.
So Badhild gave the trinket to the girl and bade her take it to Wayland.
When she was a small girl I have seen her asleep with some trinket clasped in her rosy hand on the coverlet.
It did not avail, for she would hot move till she received some trinket.
They were in a jeweller's shop, and Mrs. Neuchatel was choosing a trinket for a wedding present.
Struck by a sudden thought, he dropped the trinket back on the carpet.