Frivol



[friv-uh l] /ˈfrɪv əl/ Informal.

verb (used without object), frivoled, frivoling or (especially British) frivolled, frivolling.
1.
to behave ; trifle.
verb (used with object), frivoled, frivoling or (especially British) frivolled, frivolling.
2.
to spend (usually followed by away):
to frivol away one’s time.
/ˈfrɪvəl/
verb (informal) -ols, -olling, -olled (US) -ols, -oling, -oled
1.
(intransitive) to behave frivolously; trifle
2.
(transitive) often foll by away. to waste on frivolous pursuits

verb

To behave frivolously; jape and frolic: I wish I could frivol away my summer (1866+)

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