Examples of frock in a Sentence
please get into your nicest frock and join us at the party
the man clutched his heavy frock as he made his way through the driving rain
Recent Examples of frock from the Web
Judging from the series of quick draw scenes, Gomez’s bob plays equally well with glittering, feathered frocks and more casual, mod pairings, so who is to say the video isn’t a prelude to a real-life transformation?
Reformation, 342 Newbury Find floral frocks and jumpsuits at Reformation’s first store in Boston.
Winfrey opted for a light pink frock paired with a feathered hat — a last-minute switch after realizing yesterday that her original dress was too white, friend Gayle King said on CBS.
Bedard grabbed a bathing suit and three dresses, one black with long sleeves, a lavender frock and a purple dress and asked to try on the four items.
And this isn't even the first time she's rocked this frock.
The late royal stepped out on the same stairs of the Lindo Wing in 1984 in a red and white ensemble upon the birth of Prince Harry; style critics immediately linked the look to Kate's custom Jenny Packham frock, estimated to cost $3,000.
Lively also had the cutest accessory of them all, her eldest daughter James dressed in a pink frock and coat.
Nevertheless, cheeky commentators on Twitter were quick to chime in that the 34-year-old’s frock looked a whole lot like a bottle of Arizona’s Green Tea.
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FROCK Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of frock for English Language Learners
: a woman's or girl's dress
: a long outer garment worn by some Christian monks and friars
FROCK Defined for Kids
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