View definitions for frolic
noun as in amusement, revel
Both tour packages provide passengers with a brief ten-minute frolic in zero gravity and glimpses of Earth from space.
Those who’ve spent June frolicking in the sunshine—with good reason—may not realize what a peculiar month it has been for TV.
The jumpiest is Marin Martinie’s “Apparition of Standard Figures,” in which emoticons flicker and frolic across the screen.
The children frolic in the pool, explore the woods, bake a cake from a box.
Pets can frolic in the park’s backcountry, but not on the coast from the mean high-tide line to a quarter-mile inland.
One of the many pleasures of the book is to see the lyricist frolic in another form.
But Iran may yet frolic around in this gap between the U.S. and Israeli positions.
From out of nowhere, about ten young men came to frolic in the water too, unnecessarily close to us.
And, increasingly, it sounds as though the woman he chose to frolic with is not the sharpest knife in the drawer.
The way you pranced and frolic around, dressed in so called Native American attire, is a mockery of our way of life and culture.
Off they ran, and soon came back with Tom and Ann and their little brother Johnny, all eager for a frolic.
But do not take mine, O frolic fellow Spookist, from the same source; mine is wrong.
Merry, happy children were these three, full of life and health, and always ready for a frolic.
Of the 110 men on the Frolic there were not twenty alive and unhurt, while on the Wasp only five were dead and five wounded.
The hull of the Frolic was full of holes and its masts were so cut away that in a few minutes they both fell.
On this page you'll find 131 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to frolic, such as: antic, drollery, escapade, fun, gaiety, and gambol.
From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.