Origin of gewgaw
OTHER WORDS FROM gewgawgewgawed, adjective
Words nearby gewgaw
How to use gewgaw in a sentence
Here again the gewgaw of royal parade was intended to entrap the admiration of the ignorant.
Compare it for a moment with the gewgaw skimble-skamble diplomatic sensationalism with which we have been presented since.
Some of them have been won by a mess of pottage, a mere bauble or a gewgaw.Prisons and Prayer: Or a Labor of Love|Elizabeth Ryder Wheaton
Patient investigation reveals a lacquered toilet-box with a mirror under the lid, a cheap and nasty gewgaw.'Neath Verdun, August-October, 1914|Maurice Genevoix
She wondered what Madame Beattie thought she could get out of giving up the adored gewgaw into other hands.The Prisoner|Alice Brown