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Frolick vs. Frolic

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Frolickadjective

archaic form of frolic

Frolicadjective

Merry, joyous, full of mirth; later especially, frolicsome, sportive, full of playful mischief.

Frolicknoun

archaic form of frolic

Frolicadjective

Free; liberal; bountiful; generous.

Frolickverb

archaic form of frolic

Frolicverb

(intransitive) To make merry; to have fun; to romp; to behave playfully and uninhibitedly.

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Frolicverb

To cause to be merry.

Frolicnoun

Gaiety; merriment.

Frolicnoun

A playful antic.

Frolicadjective

Full of levity; dancing, playing, or frisking about; full of pranks; frolicsome; gay; merry.

‘The frolic wind that breathes the spring.’; ‘The gay, the frolic, and the loud.’;

Frolicnoun

A wild prank; a flight of levity, or of gayety and mirth.

‘He would be at his frolic once again.’;

Frolicnoun

A scene of gayety and mirth, as in lively play, or in dancing; a merrymaking.

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Frolicverb

To play wild pranks; to play tricks of levity, mirth, and gayety; to indulge in frolicsome play; to sport.

‘Hither, come hither, and frolic and play.’;

Frolicnoun

gay or light-hearted recreational activity for diversion or amusement;

‘it was all done in play’; ‘their frolic in the surf threatened to become ugly’;

Frolicverb

play boisterously;

‘The children frolicked in the garden’; ‘the gamboling lambs in the meadows’; ‘The toddlers romped in the playroom’;

Frolicverb

play or move about in a cheerful and lively way

‘Edward frolicked on the sand’;

Frolicverb

play about with someone in a flirtatious or sexual way

‘he denied allegations that he frolicked with a secretary’;

Frolicnoun

a playful and lively movement or activity

‘his injuries were inflicted by the frolics of a young filly’;

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Frolicnoun

flirtatious or sexual activity or actions

‘her poolside frolics’;

Frolicadjective

cheerful, merry, or playful

‘a thousand forms of frolic life’;

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