[fril-ee] /ˈfrɪl i/
adjective, frillier, frilliest.
covered with or marked by :
Some of the more elaborate dress shirts have frilly fronts.
After a day of intense concentration and serious business, they feel like doing something frilly and amusing.
1843, from frill + -y (2). Related: Frilliness.
[free-mer] /friˈmɛr/ noun 1. (in the French Revolutionary calendar) the third month of the year, extending from November 21 to December 20. /frimɛr/ noun 1. the frosty month: the third month of the French Revolutionary calendar, extending from Nov 22 to Dec 21
[frim-uh l] /ˈfrɪm əl/ noun 1. Rudolf, 1881–1972, U.S. composer and pianist, born in Austria-Hungary.
noun, Radio and Television. 1. an area just beyond the outer limits of satisfactory reception, characterized by a weak and possibly unstable signal.
noun 1. any of various benefits, as free life or health insurance, paid holidays, a pension, etc., received by an employee in addition to regular pay. noun 1. an incidental or additional advantage, esp a benefit provided by an employer to supplement an employee’s regular pay, such as a pension, company car, luncheon vouchers, etc […]