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synonyms for frocked

  • anoint
  • appoint
  • bless
  • consecrate
  • elect
  • enact
  • nominate
  • call
  • commission
  • constitute
  • deal
  • decree
  • delegate
  • destine
  • dictate
  • enjoin
  • fix
  • frock
  • impose
  • institute
  • invest
  • legislate
  • order
  • prescribe
  • pronounce
  • rule
  • set
  • will
  • deal with
  • lay down the law
  • put foot down
  • walk heavy
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antonyms for frocked

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  • ignore
  • refuse
  • veto
  • conceal
  • deny
  • disorganize
  • halt
  • keep
  • neglect
  • prevent
  • receive
  • stop
  • cancel
  • disallow
  • retract
  • void
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How to use frocked in a sentence

There was a buzz and murmur among the white-frocked brethren at this grave charge; but the Abbot held up his long quivering hand.
THE WHITE COMPANYARTHUR CONAN DOYLE
The road in the cut underfoot must bring the frocked host near enough to expose its spirit.
THE PRINCE OF INDIA, VOLUME ILEW. WALLACE
This change separates the old world of dress from the new; it is the advent of frocked coats, the ancestor of our frock-coat.
ENGLISH COSTUMEDION CLAYTON CALTHROP
There was no sign of any grey-frocked running figure on the bank.
THE BOY WITH WINGSBERTA RUCK
A sudden stoppage of the music, a frocked priest making anxious inquiries.
PORT O' GOLDLOUIS JOHN STELLMAN
Then Mrs. Carnegie appeared, hustling dilatory Tom before her, and leading by the hand Polly, a little white-frocked girl of nine.
THE VICISSITUDES OF BESSIE FAIRFAXHARRIET PARR
She was no white-frocked, pink and white miss, with coquetry in every step she took over the cobble stones of the village street.
A WOMAN'S BURDENFERGUS HUME
The youngster flushed and bit his lip in embarrassment at the giggles from the two evening-frocked girls in the car.
CODE THREERICK RAPHAEL
He saw again—he was never quite free from the sight—the solemn little white-frocked girl who had died long ago in the spring.
HUNTINGTOWERJOHN BUCHAN
It fell upon the slight, black-frocked figure and, for the instant, touched the pretty head as with an aureole.
CAROLYN OF THE CORNERSRUTH BELMORE ENDICOTT
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OCTOBER 26, 1985
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