A small, showy ornament of little value; a trinket.(noun)
Archaic A mock scepter carried by a court jester.(noun)
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Use "bauble" in a sentence
"The former was dressed in "a parti-colored dress, including a cowl, which ended in a cock's-head, and was winged with a couple of long ears; he, moreover, carried in his hand a stick called his bauble, terminating either in an inflated bladder or some other ludicrous object, to be employed in slapping inadvertent neighbors.""
"To Paul the bauble was a bit of the warm wonder that was she."
"For the great tassels still hung at the sides and – Well! you may call it an impossible find or say that if the bauble was there it should have been discovered in the first search for it!"