noun, plural fri·vol·i·ties for 2.
Examples from the Web for frivolities
For Sylvia had never cared for frivolities, for beaus or dancing or ordinary good times.The Camp Fire Girls' Careers|Margaret Vandercook
Small wonder that she should hesitate to-night about plunging into inconsistent, even though trifling, frivolities.Under the Redwoods|Bret Harte
She might have been nineteen years old,—not more,—but for the time being she scorned the frivolities of youth.A Country Doctor and Selected Stories and Sketches|Sarah Orne Jewett
Abandoning the frivolities of Mayfair, she went to Girton, where she plunged into the study of Sanscrit.Real Ghost Stories|William T. Stead
"Bob never had any frivolities," mused Mrs. King, shaking her head.Walter and the Wireless|Sara Ware Bassett
Word Origin and History for frivolities
1796, from French frivolité, from Old French frivole "frivolous," from Latin frivolus (see frivolous).