Noun(1) a mock scepter carried by a court jester(2) cheap showy jewelry or ornament on clothing
(1) Robinson ├ö├ç├┐has fallen far further than most, all for a bauble , a trinket, a ring, ├ö├ç├┐said Fratkin.(2) The scepter was basically a longer, thinner omni-weapon, excepting for the huge metal sphere on the base of the tube, giving it the appearance of a jester's bauble .(3) The court fool or jester of medieval and Renaissance Europe carried around a bauble -a stick capped with a soft-sculpture replica of himself.(4) Finally, he'd be where all the real money, power and fame was, and Jessie would come with him, a bright bauble on his arm.(5) He doesn't attach much importance to that bauble named clarity.(6) Also, I can't stand to have money and will automatically spend all my hard earned savings on any shiny bauble or trinket that happens to strike my fancy.(7) Each night after going to bed I can hear them downstairs dismantling the Christmas tree bauble by bauble .(8) And of course, I didn't really think about it raining when I painted up by bauble (jester's stick) the other day.(9) Besides, since the house move, I had no idea where the tree baubles were.(10) Dotted with tiny red berries and decorated with a mix of old and new baubles , the imitation tree is topped by a Father Christmas ornament that is an incredible 102 years old.(11) Make Victorian lace baubles by covering light balls with tissue or silver paper and then attaching lace round the middle with PVA glue.(12) Too long has your attention been waylaid by the bright baubles of extremist thought.(13) The pieces on this page - not to scale - are only the tip of the mountain of crystal, coral, bead, shell, pearl and sequin baubles available out there for summer.(14) As they reached the city gates, they saw fist-sized rubies and great sapphires and emeralds and flashes of amethyst hanging like decorative baubles from every possible place.(15) Glass shapes, baubles and coloured beads all hung from the ivy, twinkling in the sun's rays.(16) The chunky frames are designed to reflect the Victorian grandeur of the resort, while the baubles lining the slats represent the bright lights.
2. knickknack ::
3. ornament ::
4. frippery ::
5. gewgaw ::
6. gimcrack ::
7. bibelot ::
8. kickshaw ::
9. tchotchke ::
Different Formsbauble, baubles
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