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- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of freck.
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It looked small, and meek, and well disposed; and the brass nails looked some like frecks, only larger.
Tirzah Ann ketched quite a number of frecks; she complained that she had burnt her nose.
Tirzah Ann wuz engaged in tryin 'to keep the sun out of her face; she said anxiously she wuz afraid she would git a few frecks on her nose in spite of all she could do.
Whereupon Mrs Mackenzie, without further speech to her cousin on the subject, went out and purchased a muslin covered all over with the prettiest little frecks of black, and sent a milliner to Margaret, and provided a bonnet of much the same pattern, the gayest, lightest, jauntiest, falsest, most make-belief-mourning bonnet that ever sprang from the art of a designer in bonnets -- and thus nearly broke poor Margaret's heart.
Let's turn such frecks loose in a public area and see if they can be really hunted.) 0 Good Comment?