What is Nick-nack?
Nick-nack definition and meaning on Dictionary terms:
of little or no importance; trivial; petty: a nickel-and-dime business that soon folded.
verb (used with object), nickA.el-and-dimed or nickA.eled-and-dimed, nickA.el-and-dimA.ing or nickA.elA.ing-and-dimA.ing.
to expose to financial hardship or bankruptcy by the accumulation of small expenses, bills, etc.: We’re being nickel-and-dimed to death by these small weekly expenses.
to hinder, annoy, or harass with trivialities or nonessentials: to be nickeled-and-dimed by petty criticisms.