- n. Plural form of frolic.
“They were both in that degree of intoxication necessary to prepare such dispositions for what they commonly call frolics, and the sober part of mankind feel to be extravagant outrages against the laws of their country, and the peace of their fellow-subjects.”
“Their frolics were a gossip's tale; their showy vices were now as tarnished as their wardrobe, and both were hung out of sight.”
“I knew I could not see; but it did not seem possible that all the eager, loving children who gathered round me and joined heartily in my frolics were also blind.”
“Those of us who remember the 1970s recall the frolics sparked by America's last great experiment with widespread price caps - namely, those on oil and natural gas.”
“The authorial persona goes out of his way to stress that A Moreninha is an amusing fiction, the result of the "frolics" of his imagination, and should not be taken seriously.”
“On holidays, "frolics" at which square dances were the chief form of entertainment (by the music of a banjo or fiddle) were enjoyed.”
“Cuttin' the buck 'is what I calls the kind of frolics they had atter they got full of liquor.”
“These celebrations, attended by visitors from many plantations, and always by the Towns family, ended in gay "frolics" with cakes, wine, etc., for refreshments.”
“Many "frolics" were given and everyone danced where banjoes were available; also, these resourceful people secured much of their music from an improvised fiddle fashioned from a hand saw.”
“Those of us who remember the 1970s recall the frolics sparked by America’s last great experiment with widespread price caps – namely, those on oil and natural gas.”
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by Gary Soto
Like the cat he scratches the flea camping in fur.
Unlike the cat he delights in water up to his ears.
He frolics. He catches a crooked stick--
On his ...
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