- play or move about in a cheerful and lively way；play about with someone in a flirtatious or sexual way
- a playful and lively movement or activity；flirtatious or sexual activity or actions
- cheerful, merry, or playful
noun: frolic, plural noun: frolics
verb: frolic, 3rd person present: frolics, gerund or present participle: frolicking, past tense: frolicked, past participle: frolicked
- 1. play or move about in a cheerful and lively way Edward frolicked on the sand
- ▪ play about with someone in a flirtatious or sexual way he denied allegations that he frolicked with a secretary
- 1. a playful and lively movement or activity his injuries were inflicted by the frolics of a young filly
- ▪ flirtatious or sexual activity or actions her poolside frolics
- 1. archaic cheerful, merry, or playful a thousand forms of frolic life
- (of an animal or person) play and move about cheerfully, excitedly, or energetically: Edward frolicked on the sand
- a playful action or movement: his injuries were inflicted by the frolics of a young filly the days of fun and frolic were gone for good
- cheerful, merry, or playful: a thousand forms of frolic life
Oxford American Dictionary
1.A foretell can tell you your future. 2.The water were frolicking in the in the pond under the rain. 3.The knife suddenly jumped out of his hand and lunged at me.
Deligence excels all work,excessive frolic leads to doom.
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