It is on a little stand on my knick-knack table—and looks so well!
"Perhaps one or two smaller things, a knick-knack or two," he moaned.
Wasn't it heart-rending, that knick-knack shop which they had stuck beside it?
In half an hour, not a corner remained unexplored, not a knick-knack unlifted.
He stopped, took up a knick-knack, examined it mechanically and then resumed his walk.
This definition of the knick-knack fairly indicates the general level of our artistic competence.
Another traced her likeness in a few words, and described her as if she had been some knick-knack for sale at an auction.
And then, a woman who gives fifteen hundred francs for a knick-knack is not to be met with every day.
You have had the artistic fancy of ornamenting the left-hand corner with a Tunisian knick-knack which had cost you dear.