Helen looked puzzled, felt that the parable was too mixed to mean anything now, and suspected Gard of mixing it frivolously.
“Then you still would have a chance to marry each other,” I said frivolously.
Surely his life up to this time had not been so frivolously classical as to cause him any deserved regrets.
Oh, but we mustn't talk so frivolously when that poor man may be dying.
"For which we should be devoutly grateful," says Olga, frivolously.
I know that you have plenty of money, but that is no reason why you should waste it so frivolously.
The hesitancy is because the word and its relationship are spoken of lightly, frivolously, so much, even in good circles.
Even the most frivolously inclined do not want to flirt in the morning.
Against the third, in that oaths, and frivolously using God's name, are frequently among dancers.
Anyhow, the evening in question had passed innocently, if frivolously, enough.
mid-15c., from Latin frivolus "silly, empty, trifling, worthless, brittle," diminutive of *frivos "broken, crumbled," from friare "break, rub away, crumble." Related: Frivolously; frivolousness.