Gewgaw

• (n.) A showy trifle; a toy; a splendid plaything; a pretty but worthless bauble. • (a.) Showy; unreal; pretentious.
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Gewgaw

Gew'gaw adjective Showy; unreal; pretentious. « Seeing his gewgaw castle shine.» Tennyson.
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Gewgaw

Gew'gaw noun [ Middle English gigawe , gugawe , gewgaude , probably the same word as Middle English givegove gewgaw, apparently a reduplicated form from Anglo-Saxon gifan to give; confer also French joujou plaything, and English gaud ,
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gewgaw

toy; trifling object; bauble
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