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The airy badinage of some of her characters is singularly void of lightness and frolicsomeness.
LIPPINCOTT'S MAGAZINE OF POPULAR LITERATURE AND SCIENCE, VOLUME 20. DECEMBER, 1877.VARIOUS
They did not seem to understand how so much playfulness and piety, fervour and frolicsomeness could dwell in the same person.
JAMES GILMOUR OF MONGOLIAJAMES GILMOUR
Let him, in a word, be a Merry Andrew,—the patron and promoter of frolicsomeness.
THE ATLANTIC MONTHLY , VOLUME 2, NO. 14, DECEMBER 1858VARIOUS
According to the narratives, women gave a free reign to their frolicsomeness on the occasions of these festivals.
WOMAN UNDER SOCIALISMAUGUST BEBEL
They were a group of merry youngsters almost maddened with the exuberant frolicsomeness of their years.
TWICE TOLD TALESNATHANIEL HAWTHORNE
With a merry laugh at her own frolicsomeness, Morlene struck the piano keys a farewell blow and arose to go.
UNFETTEREDSUTTON E. GRIGGS
They were a group of merry youngsters, almost maddened with the exuberant frolicsomeness of their years.
LITTLE MASTERPIECESNATHANIEL HAWTHORNE
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