frivolity[ fri-vol-i-tee ]SEE DEFINITION OF frivolity
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FRIVOLITY
So many women are capricious, breaking into odd flaws of passion or frivolity.
The young were thoughtless, they had the root of evil in them, they flew into frivolity from contrariness.
It is said that nothing is now talked of in Siena but your frivolity.
She had done well to reproach him for his frivolity and want of purpose.
This was too much for his patience, and he turned away in disgust at her frivolity.
I often condemn her frivolity, but at the same time I condemn my own severity.
If frivolous himself, Walpole can condemn the frivolity of others.
I was mistaken in him—he was not made for marriage; he was too fond of frivolity and pleasure.
College, she said, was a place for serious work and not for frivolity.
Excitement, sensuality, frivolity, and meanness go together.