Definition of Frolicked

1. Verb. (past of frolic) ¹



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Definition of Frolicked

1. frolic [v] - See also: frolic

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Frolicked

frogshell
frogskin
frogskins
frogspawn
frohawk
frohawks
frohbergite
froideur
froideurs
froise
froises
frolement
frolic
frolicful
frolick
frolicked (current term)
frolicker
frolickers
frolicking
frolickingly
frolicks
frolicksome
frolicksomely
frolicksomeness
frolicky
frolicly
frolics
frolicsome
frolicsomely
frolicsomeness

Literary usage of Frolicked

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1. The Home and Early Haunts of Robert Louis Stevenson by Margaret Armour (1895)
"THE HOME AND EARLY frolicked with other little folk, played Indian wars, saw " valiant battles lost and won," and was " all the thousand things that ..."

2. The Inn by the Sea by Charlotte Elvira Gray (1914)
"The house, peaceful and homelike, showed cheery lights in its windows; Earl and Amy frolicked upon the lawn, and along the grassy lane leading to Donald's ..."

3. Studies in English Literature: Being Typical Selections of British and by William Swinton (1887)
"... The young contending as the old surveyed; *> And many a gambol * frolicked* o'er the ground, And sleights of art and feats of strength went round. ..."

4. Studies in English Literature: Being Typical Selections of British and by William Swinton (1897)
"19. circled, went round. 12. decent, suitable, proper. 21. gambol frolicked, etc.: that is, many 16. remitting, being over.—lent its turn to, gave way to. ..."

5. Library of Southern Literature by Edwin Anderson Alderman, Joel Chandler Harris, Charles William Kent (1913)
"They frolicked early, frolicked late, And freely flowed the grog, I fear, According to the settled rule: For Christmas comes but once a year. ..."

6. Graham's Magazine by George R. Graham, Edgar Allan Poe (1845)
"And so she frolicked on, clapping her hands and laughing, and scampering oft' on her chubby ... The children frolicked before her, but she did not move a ..."

7. Teepee Neighbors by Grace Coolidge (1917)
"Like fawns slipping amongst tree trunks, they frolicked, something a trifle furtive always ... They frolicked indeed, but with just a touch of inadvertence, ..."

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