I frowned, for I do not approve of Good's frivolities, and he knows it, and I turned the conversation to more serious subjects.
"Bob never had any frivolities," mused Mrs. King, shaking her head.
My lords, I pray you leave these frivolities, and let us come to serious matters.
England, then, had not recovered from the frivolities inaugurated after the Restoration.
Only in experience of the frivolities of existence was he deficient, his education there having been cut off in its heyday.
She seemed to me as if all the frivolities of the world passed by her unremarked.
The conversation kept safe on London-dinner generalities and frivolities.
Their time when away from the studio had previously been spent in follies and frivolities.
Sic transit gloria mundi, and thus its frivolities flourish for their brief hour, and then decay and are forgotten.
She offered his share to Louis, who was in no mood for frivolities.