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A cheap showy ornament piece of jewellery; a gewgaw.
From Old French baubel (“trinket, child's toy”), most likely a reduplication of bel, ultimately from Latin bellus (“pretty”).
Middle English babel from Old French plaything
American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition
You didn't carry that bauble with you for twenty years to sacrifice it now.
Bauble - The bauble watch is available in different shapes including some unusual fruit shapes.
It is a foul bauble of man 's vanity.
A songbird will come by and drop a bauble for you.
A trinket or bauble you inherited from a family member.
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