Origin of knickknack
OTHER WORDS FROM knickknackknickknacked, adjectiveknickknacky, adjective
How to use knickknack in a sentence
The trio haunted east coast flea markets, sourcing knickknacks that would adorn the lobby and guest rooms.Ace Hotel Founder Alex Calderwood’s Greatest Legacy|Jessica Dawson|November 20, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Soon after the young tyke began collecting presidential memorabilia and other knickknacks.
She passed the dressing-table, still crowded with her knickknacks and mementoes.The Salamander|Owen Johnson
A richly-furnished place, with knickknacks and fine muslin about it, would have been set on fire immediately.The Queen of Hearts|Wilkie Collins
It was a sort of boudoir, filled with feminine knickknacks and mahogany lounging chairs.The Window at the White Cat|Mary Roberts Rinehart
Several curious townspeople strolled to the office door, and out of good nature invested in various knickknacks displayed.Bound to Succeed|Allen Chapman
We have fancy trays, knickknacks, and extra little tables that we do not need.