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adjective as in trivial, silly
Yet space, to many, feels more frivolous, and thus gets hit harder by critics.
The lawyers for the Sandy Hook relatives have asked the judge in the case to rule that the proposed deposition of Clinton would be “unnecessary and frivolous.”
These days, AC is starting to sound like a less frivolous choice.
At its core, Cusack’s argument is that prosecutor-less prosecutions erode one of the major safeguards that protects people — often but not exclusively homeless people — against frivolous criminal cases.
During those interviews, the two brothers flitted between frivolous family chatter and serious discussion of coronavirus policy.
In Northanger Abbey, Jane Austen defends the novel against critics who dismiss it as frivolous and feminine.
The 1996 filing (which you can check out here) was, naturally, as silly and frivolous as the boycott push that came before it.
Mizell called the Justice Department “arrogant” for bringing this frivolous case to the court.
“This is silly in its context but serious in its purpose, it is not frivolous,” Pelosi says.
Blogging is a lifestyle agenda that can pay the bills, it becomes a serious business of frivolous things.
Many denounce the system of morning calls as silly, frivolous, and a waste of time.
Romarino paid a little court to her in his frivolous way; but she did not observe it, or, at all events, took no notice of it.
If the invention be frivolous or pernicious, the inventor cannot secure for it legal protection.
I am going to be frivolous, coquette, and imagine myself a girl of the old Southern Set, when there were no new people.
Scarcely anything has been written against the French Academy, except frivolous and insipid pleasantries.
On this page you'll find 96 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to frivolous, such as: foolish, idiotic, impractical, petty, pointless, and senseless.
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