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  • n. Plural form of folderol.

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Examples

  • There had been, indeed, no "folderols" in her education.

    Flamsted quarries

  • Venice, poetry and all the Italian folderols in Florence, and astrology in Pisa, and God knows what in that madman country of

    Chapter 11

  • She did not talk books, nor art, nor similar folderols.

    Chapter XV

  • You can't buy sunsets, and loving wives, and cool spring water, and such folderols, with forty dollars; and forty million dollars can't buy back for me one day that I didn't ride with you to Hood Mountain.

    Chapter XXVI

  • All these folderols were far too grand for Hackney.

    The Dressmaker

  • As far as I can determine, in the past this fellow has created Magic: The Gathering cards and more than a few Dungeons & Dragons type folderols.

    Archive 2006-08-01

  • And they made a mistake there: the prizes were a lot of folderols and doodads like poetry books and illustrated

    Babbit

  • "Puss has introduced so many of her folderols I haven't got used to them yet," he said.

    At the Time Appointed

  • She was strong of body and mind, practical, probably somewhat hard, certainly with no sympathy for folderols.

    Our Nervous Friends — Illustrating the Mastery of Nervousness

  • Highways are no longer the casual folderols of adventure, but the reposeful and efficient arteries of traffic.

    A Thousand and One Afternoons in Chicago

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