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Definition of tchotchke

tchotchke

  • things. usually small and inexpensive.
    In the summertime, I love to peruse flea markets for neat little tchotchkes.
    The prizes at the carnival are all tchotchkes.

    Last edited on Apr 24 2013. Submitted by Shelley S. from Evansville, IN, USA on Dec 27 1998.

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