Gimcracks [noun]

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About two-thirds of the masters have lost their heads, and are trying to produce a gimcrack copy of Eton.

When gazing at it one gazed at the ruin, not of a cottage or of a gimcrack villa, but at the ruins of a palace.

I was never one to jump to gimcrack conclusions, and I said as much with perhaps more candour than the occasion required.

Dominating the town is the two-or three-story “Queen Hotel,” the last word in flamboyant, gimcrack hideousness.

There were many flowers in the room—some in Cloisonne vases, others in gimcrack vessels such as are bought at country fairs.

Some gimcrack belonging to the ship's ornamentation had been freshly gilded and left to dry, protected by an old sail-cloth.

Now perhaps three yards separated us, she standing in the rain, I with her gimcrack of an umbrella.

Here, for example, is one-hundred-to-eight offered against Pincushion for the Gimcrack Stakes.

They returned at length to their little gimcrack bungalow—the Match-box, as Puck called it—on foot under a blaze of stars.

Th' old squire looked up at this, and peered in his way at the screen, and said, 'One pound thirteen for a gimcrack like that!