fancy goods


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fancy goods

pl n
small decorative gifts; knick-knacks
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.fancy goods - goods that are chiefly ornamental
commodity, trade good, good - articles of commerce
plural, plural form - the form of a word that is used to denote more than one
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fancy goods

nplarticoli mpl da regalo
References in classic literature ?
Isabel was presiding over the Billiken, Teddy--bear, and Fancy Goods stall.
Refurbished "Next door were Edward Peplow - a tailor and James Barlow - a 'fancy goods,' that is, ornaments, shop.
Right: The fancy goods shop on the right was run by Miss Elizabeth Elcox before being taken over about 1910 by her friend Miss Nan Deebank
A dazzling range of businesses include Sang's Chinese Laundry on one side and a fancy goods store on the other.
There will be several stalls offering books, plants from a local nursery, jewellery as well as new and fancy goods.
The Cascelloid Company was founded in 1919 by Alfred Edward Pallett in Coalville to produce celluloid and fancy goods.
Stalls will include cakes, plants, books and CDs, collectables and bric-a-brac, nearly new clothes, fancy goods and a raffle.
We sold everything, plants trees shrubs and dad was just starting to bring in fancy goods, pottery and glassware when he sold it.
Mahnaad Hussain, who manages Paak Fancy Goods, opposite the bookmakers, told the Birmingham Mail: "The whole area is sealed off.
"Older residents recall IP Davies, who presided over his grocery shop until the early 1950s, and then Tommy and Margaret Bithell ran an electrical and fancy goods shop there until 1992," added Lorna.
There will be stalls with handmade crafts, decorations, home-made cakes, sweets and fancy goods. Children can visit the elves' grotto and get a gift at the bran tub.
Since its founding in 1837 as 'stationery and fancy goods emporium,' Tiffany's has become a go-to store for diamond jewelry.