Frou-frou is a creature that can love, can suffer, can repent, can die.
But Frou-frou is in no sense the true Femme Galante of her day.
Frou-frou, who stands for her, is not in the least the true type.
But before we left him he insisted that we should sit through his favourite "Frou-Frou."
We can almost hear the frou-frou of their garments in his pictures.
No people in their right senses could have accepted my "Frou-Frou" instead of Sarah's.
And she went out, and I heard by the frou-frou of her skirts that she was ascending the stairs.
The soft "frou-frou" of the dry grass beneath him sounded to his excited fancy like the sudden rushing of a torrent.
Suddenly the silence of the room was broken by the frou-frou of a silk dress in the corridor outside.
The breeze murmured more persistently, and anon with its dreamlike sound there mingled the frou-frou of a woman's skirts.