from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. Gaiety; merriment: fun and frolic.
- n. A gay, carefree time.
- n. A playful antic.
- intransitive v. To behave playfully and uninhibitedly; romp.
- intransitive v. To engage in merrymaking, joking, or teasing.
- adj. Archaic Merry.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. Merry, joyous; later especially, frolicsome, sportive, full of playful mischief.
- adj. Free; liberal; bountiful; generous.
- n. Gaiety; merriment.
- n. A playful antic.
- v. To romp; to behave playfully and uninhibitedly.
- v. To cause to be merry.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Full of levity; dancing, playing, or frisking about; full of pranks; frolicsome; gay; merry.
- n. A wild prank; a flight of levity, or of gayety and mirth.
- n. A scene of gayety and mirth, as in lively play, or in dancing; a merrymaking.
- intransitive v. To play wild pranks; to play tricks of levity, mirth, and gayety; to indulge in frolicsome play; to sport.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Gay; merry; sportive; full of mirth or pranks.
- n. A flight of levity or gaiety and mirth; a prank.
- n. A scene of gaiety and mirth, as in dancing or play; a merrymaking.
- n. A plaything or an ornament.
- n. Synonyms Gambol, escapade.
- To play merry pranks; engage in acts of levity, mirth, and gaiety.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- v. play boisterously
- n. gay or light-hearted recreational activity for diversion or amusement
We looked up in the dictionary the word frolic, and it's -- the definition is something like a playful, mischievous action.
But if such was her mischievous purpose she was completely disappointed; for Roland Graeme, internally piquing himself on his self-command, neither laughed nor was discomposed; and all that the maiden gained by her frolic was a severe rebuke from her companion, taxing her with mal-address and indecorum.
Anyone who would self-identify as a frolic-er is a dorc.
What the hell, the word frolic has no business on a football blog.)
In all there was an air of release, and the young people looked as if they were going to one of the social gatherings they would have called a frolic, in the backwoods phrase.
And Tom laughed, as he recalled the frolic he had been on the night before.
Tom laughed, as he recalled the frolic he had been on the night before.
And this, too, I suppose she calls a frolic; or, in her own vulgar language, fun.
The dancers are all dressed in what appear to be 19th Century-style bathing suits, and they kind of frolic with each other on what I imagine to be a beach.
On "frolic" the fairies throw the colored-light eggs in the air.