She bought the bibelot at the antique stand down the road. From LearnThat.org.
Observem o ar de cupidez com que ela cobiça aquele bibelot amarelo. From Wordnik.com. [A Fera] Reference
The most recent uploads by m. bibelot feature some gorgeously warm images that are a tasty little afternoon treat. From Wordnik.com. [August 2008] Reference
So the Kugels indulged his eccentric whim, laboring to reconstitute the Noailles vignette, down to the very last gilded bibelot. From Wordnik.com. [The Things Yves Loved] Reference
Many carried pillow-cases, into which they had stuffed a favorite dress and hat, an extra pair of boots and a change of underclothing, some valuable bibelot or bundle of documents; to say nothing of their jewels and what food they could lay hands on. From Wordnik.com. [The California Birthday Book] Reference
There were other imperfections of vision, however, for which I felt responsible and ashamed; and with Dacres, though the situation, Heaven knows, was none of my seeking, I had a little the feeling of a dealer who offers a defective bibelot to a connoisseur. From Wordnik.com. [The Pool in the Desert] Reference
I liked the space, too, the great high, empty rooms, with no frivolous little tables and screens or stuff on the walls, no photograph stands nor fancy vases for flowers, no bibelot of any kind -- large, heavy pieces of furniture which were always found every morning in exactly the same place. From Wordnik.com. [Chateau and Country Life in France] Reference
He glanced once more at a bibelot or two, and everything sent him back. From Wordnik.com. [The Ambassadors] Reference
Meanwhile, numerous studies of the art of the bibelot appeared under the name of the two. From Wordnik.com. [Renée Mauperin] Reference
The album was placed in the ornate box -- itself no mean bibelot -- and wrapped in paper. From Wordnik.com. [The Wrong Twin] Reference
A Toronto tour guide acquiring a bibelot I had despaired of locating doing pull-ups at the gym!. From Wordnik.com. [Archive 2009-06-01] Reference
She was terribly hurt; in her heart she had always feared her husband regarded her as a bibelot. From Wordnik.com. [The Twelfth Hour] Reference
Desk accessories, bird cages, tea caddies, miniatures and bibelot, animal figurines and decorative accents. From Wordnik.com. [Antique News News!] Reference
Was I playing with my existence as an infant plays with a precious bibelot that a careless touch may shatter?. From Wordnik.com. [Sacred and Profane Love] Reference
He had read "Notre-Dame" himself, but in English, out of a common book like any common book -- not out of a bibelot. From Wordnik.com. [Clayhanger] Reference
Angela Merkel was met by Prime Minister Erdogan with an official ceremony at the prime ministry where she presented Erdoğan a gift, a bibelot depicting a "white peace dove" made by a 9-years old German student Lara. From Wordnik.com. [Turkish Press] Reference
Meanwhile, in the shadow of this painfully growing celebrity as a novelist, Conrad takes on consideration as a bibelot, and the dealers in first editions probably make more profit out of some of his books than ever he has made himself. From Wordnik.com. [A Book of Prefaces] Reference
And in the meanwhile she was tasting what, she had begun to suspect, was the maximum of bliss to most of the women she knew: days packed with engagements, the exhilaration of fashionable crowds, the thrill of snapping up a jewel or a bibelot or a new "model" that one's best friend wanted, or of being invited to some private show, or some exclusive entertainment, that one's best friend couldn't get to. From Wordnik.com. [The Glimpses of the Moon] Reference
And the latest bibelot was always the most enchanting: “Like a child with a new toy,” says Mrs Bronson, “he would carry it himself. From Wordnik.com. [Robert Browning]
For readers who somehow missed this snide, martini-dry American classic, do have your assistant Tessa run out and get it immediately (Upper), or at least be sure to worriedly skim this magazine summary over a low-fat bagel (Middle), because Fussell’s bibelot-rich tropes still resonate. From Wordnik.com. [Class Dismissed] Reference
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