noun, plural frip·per·ies.
Origin of frippery
Examples from the Web for frippery
You know what a handsome young man he must be now, and full of French style and frippery.Springhaven|R. D. Blackmore
Her life will be frittered away over dresses and frippery and fashion.Fernley House|Laura E. Richards
What has a herd boy like thee to do with roses and frippery?The Herd Boy and His Hermit|Charlotte M. Yonge
A heap of frippery, a handful of gems, a dish or two more on the table cannot give it.Froth|Armando Palacio Valds
In this he distinguishes the three stages of Tattooing (including paint), Frippery, and Clothes.