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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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Bless my heart, I have n't thought of that frolic this forty years.
But even after this defeat for the claimants, the frolic was not wholly ended.
Given his breath back again, Scraps was as ripe as ever for another frolic, and Michael was just as ripe to meet him.
Never mind, they will be here soon, and then we'll have a frolic," she said to herself, and thinking she had been mistaken she went into the study to wait.
At the time, and for a long time afterward, I was to think of it only as a frolic.
God bless her for her clear recollection of the companion passage of last year, when nobody was ill, and everybody dancing from morning to night, and it was 'a run' of twelve days, and a piece of the purest frolic, and delight, and jollity
GORGEOUS Alex Gerrard shows off the results of her intense workout regime as she frolics in the Ibiza sun.
There is a word to rhyme with frolics and this idea is a load of it.
Although the simplistic story about the boy and his cat who come to save a rat–infested town may not be as appealing as Snow White or Jack and The Beanstalk, it's full of frolics.
Forty-eight hours ago a Chinese vet flew in to organise a mating process and generally oversee the frolics.
JUST three went to traps for the re-run third heat of the Jem Racing Autumn Cup over 640m at Poole on Saturday, with the contest ultimately turning into something of a procession for 1-5 favourite Cushie Venus who scored by five-and-a-half lengths from Fiddlers Frolics in 39.
Today, while it's more of a time for fun and frolics, it remains a traditional family occasion.
Gavin Henson spoke out after The People revealed he enjoyed boozy frolics with a blonde behind the singer's back.
Merry men, an evil Sheriff and festive forest frolics will all be part and parcel of this year's family panto at The Customs House.
Shaking My Soul" flirts with '60s soul; the gooey, guilty-pleasures ballad "Fantasy" is ripe with soft rock cadences; and Bell frolics in frothy disco ecstasy with Scissor Sisters singer Jake Shears on the standout "I Thought It Was You.