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
Molly Sims, Ali Larter and sisters Erin and Sara Foster could easily be spotted in their flowing, free-spirited Etro print frocks at the Museum of Contemporary Art’s Distinguished Women in the Arts luncheon.
As predictable as mermaid frocks at the Oscars, Hollywood greets the end of the year by suddenly noticing that roughly a third of moviegoers (and three-quarters of art-house audiences) are over 50, most of them women.
Angelina Jolie was in Los Angeles yesterday and shrugged off her typical fluid frocks for a piece more likely found in Selena Gomez’s wardrobe.
Dresses went from cocktail-length frocks to flowing caftan-like creations, and fabric was slung over shoulders or cinched at the waist with thick, braided belts.
The frock featured raised flowers and long sleeves.
All were nicely dressed, the boys wore open-throat shirts and the girls ordinary frocks.
Patterson said that every year there are crashers, who merely slip into a red frock and join the rabble without paying the registration fee.
Carrying everything from Byron Lars cocktail dresses to more casual Nicole Miller frocks, this boutique has all its fashion bases covered.
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First Known Use: 14th centurySee Words from the same year
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