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The fleece half-zip as part of the classic frumpy Dad ensemble!
ONE NIGHT IN CANCUN: TED CRUZ’S DISASTROUS DECISION TO GO ON VACATION DURING TEXAS STORM CRISISASHLEY PARKERFEBRUARY 19, 2021WASHINGTON POST
"Do you know, I really liked her better last year, when she was frumpy and dowdy," faltered Dopsy.
MOUNT ROYAL, VOLUME 3 OF 3MARY ELIZABETH BRADDON
If she had been a stiff, frumpy thing, I just couldn't have paid the least attention to her.
BRENDA'S WARDHELEN LEAH REED
She has never ceased to talk about the frumpy crowd she met there.
CONTRARY MARYTEMPLE BAILEY
Men don't marry frumpy, snuffy old things of thirty, or thereabouts.
DAWN O'HARA, THE GIRL WHO LAUGHEDEDNA FERBER
I have been a grumpy, frumpy, wayward sort of a woman, a good many years.
THE PERSONAL HISTORY OF DAVID COPPERFIELD CHARLES DICKENS
A frumpy party is nothing more nor less than a collection of badly dressed persons.
ETIQUETTEEMILY POST
A rather frumpy old bachelor, with thinning hair and a thickening neck.
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This is my grumpy, frumpy story, and we'll keep it to ourselves, Trot!'
DAVID COPPERFIELDCHARLES DICKENS
It would be a pleasure to serve a good-looking fellow like your friend, after being plagued waiting on frumpy farmer?
THE FORTUNES OF HECTOR O'HALLORAN, AND HIS MAN MARK ANTONY O'TOOLEW. H. MAXWELL

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