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  • The scene is commonplace enough; twaddle and tea, after tennis; "frivolling" -- it is their word; women too empty-headed and men too tired to do anything else.

    Appearances Being Notes of Travel

  • She brought him to his bearings by suddenly "frivolling" again.

    Winnie Childs The Shop Girl

  • In other news, it appears I'm going to be frivolling in front of fireworks tomorrow night.

    And of we go again ...

  • All day long the happy pair enjoyed each other's company aloft, leaping from corn-ear to thistle-head, from thistle-head to poppy, and back again to corn-ear, feasting, frivolling, stalking bluebottles.

    "Wee Tim'rous Beasties" Studies of Animal life and Character

  • It was almost as if, directly her husband, the master of her life and her children's lives, turned his back, she filled her purse from the store he had left behind him, and went off frivolling.

    Married Life The True Romance

  • So while her society friends at home went from one gay scene to another, dancing and frivolling through the night and sleeping away the morning,

    The Man of the Desert

  • She had a way of making the frivolling talk of the supper table appear a warrantable substitute for the things that Peter knew, even while he echoed her phrases, that he wasn't getting.

    The Lovely Lady

  • Going, gadding, frivolling, flirting -- that was the old


  • Doctor, frivolling with a lovely filly, pedigree not known.

    Mrs. Falchion, Volume 1.

  • In order to square it all up for Edith, we must be able to say to these people that we haven't been frivolling -- that we are going to be married at once.

    The Husbands of Edith


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