Definition of Frivolers
1. frivoler [n] - See also: frivoler
Lexicographical Neighbors of Frivolers
Literary usage of Frivolers
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Orations, Addresses and Speeches of Chauncey M. Depew by Chauncey Mitchell Depew (1910)
"... thinkers and workers bores and muffs, and the sages decry the gay and happy crowd who chase the fleeting hours with flying feet as frivolers and fools. ..."
2. The Horse in America: A Practical Treatise on the Various Types Common in by John Gilmer Speed (1905)
"... and to a very great extent now, we looked upon all the Continental people of Europe as most unsportsmanlike and mere dandy frivolers in horsemanship. ..."
3. The Horse in America: A Practical Treatise on the Various Types Common in by John Gilmer Speed (1905)
"... Continental people of Europe as most unsportsmanlike and mere dandy frivolers in horsemanship. This is the case in England to-day, universally the case. ..."
4. Success is for You by Dorothy Quigley (1897)
"Preoccupied attention in your own af— fairs is the best and most effective answer to importunate frivolers who ..."
5. The Opening Door: A Story of the Woman's Movement by Justus Miles Forman, Harper & Brothers (1913)
""Of course! Well, there you are. You see, you don't know these moderns. They're not blue stockings or frivolers. They're blue stockings and ..."