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- adv. In a frivolous manner
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a frivolous or trifling manner.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. in a frivolous manner
In fact, using a technical term frivolously, his ghosts expect the ghost to walk regularly on Fridays.
He alleged that leaders called frivolously for strikes on any occasion, yet scarcely took part in the spontaneous strikes and revolts of Africans on the City Deep mine, the railways and docks at Durban and Port Elizabeth, or in the townships of Cradock and Middelburg.
In February 2003, French President Jacques Chirac insulted Eastern European governments after they backed the imminent invasion of Iraq by the United States, accusing them of acting irresponsibly and "frivolously" by speaking up.
Dayton withdrew the small number of "frivolously" challenged ballots his supporters had identified.
Champions League quarter-finals, but Sir Alex Ferguson was disappointed with his players, accusing them of losing possession "frivolously" and revealing that he had angrily expressed his concerns at half-time.
Make Baked Alaska and other frivolously retro desserts.
Where we need to be careful is in using technology frivolously.
Some are mystified by the way others, particularly the young, so frivolously reveal their intimate lives on Facebook, Twitter, in emails and via other internet billboards.
A South Africa-based opposition group accused him of spending frivolously by attending in April the royal wedding of Prince William and Kate in a chartered jet.
(Or, less frivolously, to the same extent that Church/State separation generally pressures people to be atheists.)
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