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
The 68-year-old from Winter Garden says sales of his clay figurines usually go well at the event.
Apfel unveiled the toy March 15 on Instagram, debuting a figurine with an uncanny resemblance and a spot-on wardrobe.
His wife's Hummel figurines remained on their shelves.
His wife’s Hummel figurines remained on their shelves.
The sale includes decorative plates, wreaths, leprechaun figurines and shamrock towels.
Other items were discounted by nearly 90 percent, including a Secret Life of Pets figurine set that was selling for $1.78 on Wednesday, a far cry from its earlier $12.99 price.
The preparations for a mummy’s afterlife were elaborate; some were laid down with servant figurines, some with vessels of beer.
The figurine, clearly a fertility symbol, was discovered in the Austrian village of Willendorf — thus the artwork's name — in the early 20th century.
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Origin and Etymology of figurine
First Known Use: 1854See Words from the same year
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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