verb (used without object), frib·bled, frib·bling.
verb (used with object), frib·bled, frib·bling.
Origin of fribble
Examples from the Web for fribble
The days are gone when a girl would so much as look at such a fribble as Sir Plume.Phantom Fortune, A Novel|M. E. Braddon
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.War and the Weird|Forbes Phillips
Out here a Howat Penny, just like any fribble about the Court.The Three Black Pennys|Joseph Hergesheimer
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 Lady of Lynn|Walter Besant
And so he became a priest, a fribble, and a coxcomb, but a man of truth.The Browning Cyclopdia|Edward Berdoe