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Synonyms for frolic

Synonyms for frolic

to leap and skip about playfully

to behave riotously

Synonyms for frolic

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The world's top DJs may be spinning their magic to the foam party frolickers, but couples may want to spend their summer holidays on the island's 80-odd beaches, staying at hideaway hotels where they can relax in the sunshine or take walks through pine-scented forests to secluded coves.
The fundraisers and frolickers turned out in their dozens on the beach at Whitley Bay, North Tyneside, all resolved to throw self-preservation to one side and brave the icy waters.
After a couple or five glasses of authentic Spanish Rioja and having been fired up by the feisty folk frolickers, I attempted my own Flamenco dancing.
Anyway, on the spacious plaza before one descends the stairs to the shopping area, booths, makeshift kiosks and a mobile zoo were set up for the hundreds of eager shoppers and frolickers that day.
This mushroom-top look alike and probably one of the most deceptive weapons used by frolickers during Holi, 'Gulal Gota' tells a popular tale of the erstwhile royalty from Rajasthan.