frolicsomeness

[ frol-ik-suh m ]SEE DEFINITION OF frolicsomeness

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FROLICSOMENESS

With a merry laugh at her own frolicsomeness, Morlene struck the piano keys a farewell blow and arose to go.

According to the narratives, women gave a free reign to their frolicsomeness on the occasions of these festivals.

The airy badinage of some of her characters is singularly void of lightness and frolicsomeness.

Let him, in a word, be a Merry Andrew,—the patron and promoter of frolicsomeness.

They did not seem to understand how so much playfulness and piety, fervour and frolicsomeness could dwell in the same person.

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