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keepsake Line breaks: keep|sake
Pronunciation: /ˈkiːpseɪk/

Definition of keepsake in English:

noun

A small item kept in memory of the person who gave it or originally owned it: she was wearing the medal he gave her as a keepsake
More example sentences
  • The wallet was stuffed full of pictures, letters, keepsakes and prayer cards.
  • We also stored old photographs and keepsakes in it.
  • His new apartment is decorated with keepsakes from his yearly month-long sojourns around the world.
Synonyms
memento, token of remembrance, souvenir, reminder, something to remember someone by, remembrance, relic, memorial, token

Words that rhyme with keepsake

firebreak • namesake

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