A small ornament, such as a piece of jewelry.(noun)
A trivial thing; a trifle.(noun)
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Use "trinket" in a sentence
"Once the cache is discovered, it is traditional for finders to choose a trinket from the box and to leave something behind."
"Buy the overpriced trinket from the police charity — or get the ticket."
"Have you bought the mandatory silver and turquoise trinket from a street peddler yet?"