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frivolously

[ friv-uh-luhs-lee ]
/ ˈfrɪv ə ləs li /
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adverb
in a way that is characterized by lack of seriousness, good sense, or any worthwhile purpose:He had an income comfortable enough that he could spend some of it frivolously and extravagantly.I'm not asking the question frivolously; I am in earnest.
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Origin of frivolously

OTHER WORDS FROM frivolously

un·friv·o·lous·ly, adverb
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