It was intimated to me that such "frivolousness" was out of kelter with the profession of a Christian.
Unconsciously he made Thea pay for frivolousness of this sort.
He had that contempt for all dallying and toying and lightness and frivolousness that hard, serious workers always have.
frivolousness never goes away from the royal Presence rich with surprises of grace.
It is better far because our seriousness comes back to dwell with us; and our frivolousness does the same.
The question whether a spice of frivolousness may not be a safeguard has often risen before me.
mid-15c., from Latin frivolus "silly, empty, trifling, worthless, brittle," diminutive of *frivos "broken, crumbled," from friare "break, rub away, crumble." Related: Frivolously; frivolousness.