[ UK /kˈiːpse‍ɪk/ ]
[ US /ˈkipˌseɪk/ ]
NOUN
  1. something of sentimental value
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How To Use keepsake In A Sentence

  • This becomes a treasured keepsake and a priceless gift.
  • To Erik she said, "Sergeant, tell my grandnephew I am grateful for these keepsakes of my brother. RISE OF A MERCHANT PRINCE: BOOK TWO OF THE SERPENTWAR SAGA
  • If you sew, create a new apron, fleece throw or keepsake pillow.
  • I think we took some chintzy ornament as like a souvenir, keepsake sort of thing.
  • His new apartment is decorated with keepsakes from his yearly month-long sojourns around the world.
  • TOPMOST majors in customizing award, gift and keepsake of celebration or business affairs.
  • She is a sentimental person who would not dream of parting with diaries, photos, ornaments and keepsakes.
  • The video clip of his on-air collapse remains a cherished keepsake of diehard skeptics.
  • Combine heated copper, authentic turquoise cabochons and Southwest stencils for surprisingly easy keepsake treasure boxes.
  • So on the top shelf of her closet I have some keepsakes: a blanket her father bought when she was a few months old, a CD he made, a book he picked out.
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