frivolous meaning

[ 'frivələs ] Pronunciation:   "frivolous" in a sentence
Adjective: frivolous  frivulus
  1. Not serious in content or attitude or behaviour
    "a frivolous novel"; "a frivolous remark"; "a frivolous young woman"

See also: airheaded, dizzy, earnestness, empty-headed, featherbrained, flighty, flippant, flyaway, frivolity, frivolously, frivolousness, giddy, head-in-the-clouds, idle, light, lightheaded, light-headed, light-minded, scatterbrained, serious-mindedness, seriousness, silly, sincerity, superficial, trivial

Antonym: serious

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  1. it was too frivolous for her to answer.
  2. it's frivolous misuse of time, i confess.
  3. the young man's habits were frivolous.
  4. they were, to be sure, thoughtless and frivolous.
  5. there is nothing frivolous in margaret at all.

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