“The frump, as you call her, is usually a countess or a duchess,” with asperity.
Frump,—the word calls up the exact picture; frump and fatuity.
No one ever regained my favour by making a frump of herself.
Billings waved his hand to the frump as he mounted the stairway inside.
The frump now was to be worked off on me, and I was expected to stand for it.
And this was the frump's father, and it was for him she was scheming to make a home!
"And metathorax," chimed in the frump, her head close to his.
"One bore, or one frump, can ruin a party," was a favorite saying of hers.
"To only two that I know of," responded Mrs. Frump, in a winning voice.
Mrs. Frump made her sentences short, to accommodate her breath.