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- adj. Having frills; frilled.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Having decorative ruffles or frills.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. having decorative ruffles or frills
Simply stated, your average maid cafe appears normal from the outside, yet customers are greeted by subservient young women dressed in frilly French maid outfits.
I had always thought that I would not encourage any daughter of mine in frilly excesses.
Yep, looks like I am a Bad Bad Man when it comes to vampire goth softcore gay porn for girls who wanna see blokes in frilly shirts pouting at each other without ever actually properly getting it on.
We may invoke from their graves, as often as we wish, the characters of Molière and Holberg, to see nothing but a procession of figures in frilly costumes and wigs who, with affected and grotesque gestures, fulfill their mission.
The show's sexy but cheesy costumes run towards sequins, ruffled men's shirts unbuttoned to the navel, and girls in short, frilly skirts and skimpy bikini tops.
With boys there are fighting games, and as you said the ones for girls are "frilly".
These are, though, kind of frilly, and not awfully in tune with the Shaker spirit.
He was dressed in a blue velvet dinner jacket and the kind of frilly lacy white shirt English noblemen had worn during past eras.
But there was nothing frivolous in the array, nothing at all light in color, save perhaps the underclothes and the shirtwaists; there was not one purely decorative or "frilly" garment such as the heart of girlhood loves.
You must have known Cruthers -- he was always saying that kind of frilly things to the boys.
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