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frivol

verb friv·ol \ˈfri-vəl\
friv·oled or friv·olledfriv·ol·ing or friv·ol·ling\-vəl-iŋ, -və-liŋ\

Definition of FRIVOL

intransitive verb
:  to act frivolously :  trifle
friv·ol·er or friv·ol·ler \-və-lər\ noun

Examples of FRIVOL

  1. <my friends warned me not to frivol with that guy, as he was likely to take me seriously>

Origin of FRIVOL

back-formation from frivolous
First Known Use: 1866

Rhymes with FRIVOL

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