But these matters have no value save as a field wherein Thought, like a wise lamb, may frolic merrily.
There were half a dozen of them, and they seemed to be engaged in a frolic.
"Ay, ay, sir," replied the seamen as cheerfully as if there was only a frolic before them.
It was a frolic all day and till midnight, when the Blanche's passengers returned to her.
A fine clear skin, pink cheeks and a plump figure, and an inexhausible flow of spirits, ready for any fun or frolic.
His splendid vitality overflowed at times in frolic and extravagance.
Beseech me from the grass; Wings frolic in the air, And graze me as they pass.
And every night he joined the big Meadow Mouse family in a frolic.
In a symphony, as in many a frolic, the tinge of latent melancholy will appear.
The desire to play and frolic seems to be a heritage of mankind.
frolic 1530s, as an adj., from M.Du. vrolyc (adj.) "happy," from vro- "merry, glad," + lyc "like." Cognate of Ger. fröhlich "happy." The verb is first attested 1580s. Related: Frolicked; frolicking.