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Somehow, she found it difficult to imagine a friendship between Godfrey and this little fribble of a woman.
WHAT TIMMY DIDMARIE ADELAIDE BELLOC LOWNDES
Nor can such a person be a mere fribble; nor can any loose hanger-on of fashion imagine he may assume the character.
THE FITZ-BOODLE PAPERSWILLIAM MAKEPEACE THACKERAY
And so he became a priest, a fribble, and a coxcomb, but a man of truth.
But I might say that she is in fulness a woman—not a fribble, or one of those pick-me-up-and-carry-me women.
WAR AND THE WEIRDFORBES PHILLIPS
He ought to have been taken about the country in order to show the world the true meaning of a fribble and a beau.
THE LADY OF LYNNWALTER BESANT
But even the logical fribble, even the logical jargonist, was bound to be exact.
He had too much intellect to be a mere fribble, and had not the strong animal passions of the thorough debauchee.
ALEXANDER POPELESLIE STEPHEN
One of them, it appeared, was a man who had run away from his wife; the other, an idle fribble who might be anything.
THE GAY ADVENTURERICHARD BIRD
The days are gone when a girl would so much as look at such a fribble as Sir Plume.
At any rate my love for her died, slain by the ice in her heart; and the foolish fribble I was passed into a man of resolution.
JOHN MARVEL, ASSISTANTTHOMAS NELSON PAGE

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