Definition of Frivolled
1. frivol [v] - See also: frivol
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Frivolled
Literary usage of Frivolled
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Living Age by Making of America Project, Eliakim Littell, Robert S. Littell (1913)
"... "frivolled" with it. Anything more manifestly unjust than this attack I never heard: for ..."
2. The Lace Book by N. Hudson Moore (1905)
"... when not on dress parade, laid aside formal fashions, and frivolled in India muslin and straw hats. There was not much lace worn, except Blonde, ..."
3. The King's English by Henry Watson Fowler, Francis George Fowler (1906)
"Under them the land is being rapidly frivolled away, and, unless immediate action be taken, the country will be so tied that. . .—Times. ..."
4. The Spell of Italy by Caroline Atwater Mason (1909)
"... to escape dust and noise, prunes and prism, fashion and convention. While the girls frivolled, climbed mountains, rowed boats and made ..."
5. Every-day Japan by Arthur Lloyd (1909)
"... frivolled" to our hearts' content, the only rule or regulation being that nothing but English should be spoken. In the course of a few months we managed ..."
6. Through Five Republics (of South America): A Critical Description of by Percy Falcke Martin (1906)
"The worst feature is that all this hard-earned money is frivolled away by the Municipality and the ..."