frolic

All Adjective Noun
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  • These frolics were not held very often but were usually few and far between. Cited from Slave Narratives: Georgia, Part 3, by Work Projects Administration
  • Now to answer that letter would come under the head of mere frolic! Cited from The Precipice, by Elia Wilkinson Peattie
  • If she would be wise, she must not frolic away her early life. Cited from Aims and Aids for Girls and Young Women, by George Sumner Weaver
  • One might have taken them for some frolic on the part of the boys. Cited from Within The Enemy's Lines, by Oliver Optic
  • I hope you do not mean to frolic all your life? Cited from Dotty Dimple Out West, by Sophie May
  • At first they played keep-house, and frolicked over it like children. Cited from Little Women, by Louisa May Alcott
  • We used to have a frolic, sometimes at one house and sometimes at another. Cited from Advice to Young Men, by William Cobbett
  • One of their frolics is said to have happened late in the last century. Cited from Minstrelsy of the Scottish Border, Vol. II (of 3), by Walter Scott
  • As she grew stronger she frolicked with every human being and every living thing. Cited from Saxe Holm's Stories, by Helen Hunt Jackson
  • Then we spread our bed-things out, and we went to sleep together with play and frolic. Cited from Armenian Literature, Anonymous
  • After a frolicking night in a bar, they have a one-night stand.
  • She went out of the Union very much as she would have gone to a frolic. Cited from The Abolitionists, by John F. Hume
  • He had considered that one of the best frolics of his life. Cited from Copy-Cat & Other Stories by Mary Wilkins Freeman#2
  • The children were having a frolic in the play-room while this talk had been going on. Cited from Five Happy Weeks, by Margaret E. Sangster
  • Dear father, it is making a new man of him, this winter frolic. Cited from Five Little Peppers Midway, by M. Sidney
  • Then, and with much frolicking and wine and music, would their new year begin. Cited from Wolf Breed, by Jackson Gregory
  • The stone was once removed for a frolic by two or three young men who lived in the house. Cited from Traditions of Lancashire, Volume 1 (of 2), by John Roby
  • Don't you ever laugh or frolic, like other girls your age? Cited from What Katy Did At School, by Susan Coolidge
  • It was the latter kind I frolicked with on the above-named date. Cited from Remarks, by Bill Nye
  • Should he have any such frolics in his brain, we shall not be long in coming to terms. Cited from Anna St. Ives, by Thomas Holcroft
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Meaning of frolic

  • verb Play boisterously
    The children frolicked in the garden, the gamboling lambs in the meadows, The toddlers romped in the playroom