Out here a Howat Penny, just like any fribble about the Court.
And so he became a priest, a fribble, and a coxcomb, but a man of truth.
There is no room in the busy throng of ardent blackers for the idler or the fribble.
But I might say that she is in fulness a woman—not a fribble, or one of those pick-me-up-and-carry-me women.
In fribble he imitated no fewer than eleven men of fashion so that every one recognised them.
He ought to have been taken about the country in order to show the world the true meaning of a fribble and a beau.
The days are gone when a girl would so much as look at such a fribble as Sir Plume.
A trifle; a piece of inanity: For every zappow fribble, there were equal servings of socially redeeming food for thought (1832+)