Definition of Frumping

1. frump [v] - See also: frump



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Frumping

frumentaceous
frumentary
frumentation
frumenties
frumenty
frump
frumped
frumper
frumperies
frumpers
frumpery
frumpier
frumpiest
frumpily
frumpiness
frumping (current term)
frumpish
frumpishly
frumpishness
frumple
frumpled
frumples
frumpling
frumps
frumpy
frusemide
frush
frushed
frushes
frushing

Literary usage of Frumping

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1. Publications by English Dialect Society (1886)
"... s. a contemptuous name for an old woman, especially one who affects youthful airs. MACCLESFIELD. frumping, part, gossiping; spreading scandalous tales. ..."

2. A Select Collection of Old English Plays by Robert ed Dodsley, William Carew Hazlitt (1875)
"As for these frumping gallants, let them do their worst. It is not in man's power to hurt me. 'Tis well known I come not to be scoffed. ..."

3. Nero & Other Plays by Henry Porter, John Day, Herbert Percy Horne, Nathan Field (1888)
"As for these frumping gallants, let them do their worst. It is not in man's power to hurt me. 'Tis well known I come not to be scoffed. ..."

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