frivol[ friv-uh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF frivol
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FRIVOL
We will even chatter and frivol, if Mr. Frohman will repeat the operation.
Then you wouldn't let me practice; you told me to frivol, I remember.
I was not put here in the world to frivol through a life of gross pleasure.
My capacity for frivol has died a violent death, and I feel all ‘out of the picture’ in a ballroom.
Lamb would have understood him and laughed with him, for he loved to frivol and play the fool in the same vein.
So frivolous time wore on, and Barty found it pleasant to frivol in such pleasant company—very pleasant indeed!
They frivol en masse, and to do it they naturally choose the sea-beach as a habitat.
Of course, I like sensible conversation; one feels humiliated if a man does nothing but frivol, but there is a happy medium.