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(noun) 
Definition
an object designed for children to play with, such as a doll or model car
He was really too old for children's toys.
Synonyms
plaything
an untidy garden scattered with children's playthings
, ,
(noun) 
Definition
an object that adults use for entertainment rather than for a serious purpose
Computers have become household toys.
Synonyms
trinket
She sold trinkets to tourists.
,
trifle
He had no money to spare on trifles.
,
bauble
The trees are decorated with fairy lights and coloured baubles.
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knick-knack
Her flat is spilling over with knick-knacks.
(verb) 
Synonyms
fiddle
She fiddled with a pen on the desk.
,
play (informal)
He's not working, he's just playing around.

Phrasal verbs

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Additional synonyms

in the sense of bauble
Definition
a trinket of little value
The trees are decorated with fairy lights and coloured baubles.
Synonyms
toy,
bagatelle,
bibelot,
kickshaw
in the sense of gewgaw
Synonyms
toy,
bagatelle,
gaud,
kickshaw
in the sense of knick-knack
Definition
a small ornament or trinket
Her flat is spilling over with knick-knacks.
Synonyms
bagatelle,
bibelot,
kickshaw

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