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There were numbers of things to be done which did not involve frumpish utilitarian costumes, all caps and aprons.
ROBINFRANCES HODGSON BURNETT
The niece, rustic and gawky; the companion sour and frumpish.
MOUNT ROYAL, VOLUME 1 OF 3MARY ELIZABETH BRADDON
I love society, and you only care to associate with dowdy, frumpish people.
AVERILROSA NOUCHETTE CAREY
And this frumpish old woman sailed out of the chamber in a great fume.
THE HEROINEEATON STANNARD BARRETT
Mrs. Flint was a rather frumpish individual, who always gave the impression of pieced-out dressmaking.
THE BLOOD RED DAWNCHARLES CALDWELL DOBIE
A woman is frumpish and old-fashioned if she does not know that "adultery with one paramour is nick-named marriage."
He was remarkably frumpish with the fog, which almost blinded us till the sun rose.
UP THE COUNTRYEMILY EDEN
The bears came next, horrid cunning white things, and turning in their toes like that does give them such a frumpish look.
It does seem odd and frumpish not to be in Scotland, but motoring covers a multitude of social sins.
SET IN SILVERCHARLES NORRIS WILLIAMSON AND ALICE MURIEL WILLIAMSON
She really looks a little frumpish out-of-doors, and perhaps that is why papa went on to Mrs. Carruthers.
RED HAIRELINOR GLYN

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