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  • adj. comparative form of frumpy: more frumpy


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  • And to make her even "frumpier" on the show, Eva said, "I have butt pads, I have thigh pads, I have stomach pads!"

    Stupid Celebrities Gossip

  • She looks a little frumpier in the morning light as she fumbles for her cigarettes and control top panty hose.

    The lights are coming on

  • As a perceptive ex-boyfriend once said: the freakier and frumpier it is, the more high fashion.

    Kelly O'Reilly: Women dress for other women

  • But for me, I still put my hair up in a frumpy-feeling way and stood frumpier so that I felt heavy and exhausted to find that voice.

    Buzzine » Teri Hatcher Interview

  • But I dread the whole shopping experience, which just serves to make me feel frumpier than I already do.

    2007 December « Becca’s Byline

  • When the door opened, Ayer was wearing another, even frumpier suit, blue this time, with the Synapsis label emblazoned in a garish red.


  • The two middle-age women, one stylish in a pink silk t-shirt, Cartier watch and diamond rings, the other older and frumpier in a "Cougars for Hillary" sweatshirt, nod knowingly.

    Marta Evry: Election 2008: Nobody Knows Anything

  • I understand that there is apparently a correlation between pay and –presumably– professionalism/respect and height, but I would expect lawyers to be encouraged to be a little …frumpier… when trying to appear taller. :p

    “PROFESSIONAL” » Sociological Images

  • Since moving here, I've spent more time in jeans than I have since college, now that I can wear them to work and I live in a frumpier town than Boston.

    Archive 2007-08-01

  • If Adrienne Clarkson (for Yanks: she's the Governor General, the Queen's representative in Canada) dressed just a bit frumpier you'd have thought it was the Queen herself doing the inspection.

    trinityboy Diary Entry


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