Soon after the young tyke began collecting presidential memorabilia and other knickknacks.
We have fancy trays, knickknacks, and extra little tables that we do not need.
He walked around the room, inspecting the furnishings and knickknacks.
These waggons will be packed full with select girls and women, and with lots of money and knickknacks, you may be sure.
There was a refreshing absence of small photographs and knickknacks.
The pictures and knickknacks on his mantelpiece told us, before we ever saw him, what manner of man he was.
There were pictures, chairs, cushions, and knickknacks that simply had to be hidden away.
"Mary has been full of her knickknacks to-day," said her old uncle, joining them.
She passed the dressing-table, still crowded with her knickknacks and mementoes.
You won't help make him a free American again; you'll just help give him knickknacks so he won't rebel against his slavery.