Examples of figurine in a Sentence
his collection of figurines includes toy soldiers from every war that America has fought
Recent Examples of figurine from the Web
Near the bones of the other adult, archaeologists found six coins and a bronze figurine depicting a naked image of the Roman god Venus wearing a golden necklace.
Their dinner is interrupted at one point by a call from Catherine, complaining that Jake has pelted her with a Cinderella figurine.
The small, ceramic pig figurine sat atop a shelf during both floods and managed to survive.
To start the design process, photographer Christian Hogstedt photographed Newton’s figurines.
Porcelain Mania Meissen figurines were sought-after for centuries for their delicacy, inventive design, and craftsmanship, and Rockefeller collected dozens.
Ochoa is all smiles while posing next to Watt, who was holding a figurine of Ochoa in an astronaut's outfit.
In the middle of the table are items essential to the operation – a magic 8-ball, an Albert Einstein figurine, a tub of Crisco, a miniature toilet that makes a flushing sound and an unopened can of Moxie soda among them.
The drugs were reportedly concealed inside 500 figurines of Winnie the Pooh, Donald Duck, Pluto and other Disney characters.
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Origin and Etymology of figurine
FIGURINE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of figurine for English Language Learners
: a small figure or model of a person made of wood, plastic, etc.
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