- Yiddish. religious; observant.
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Examples from the Web for frum
“Bush lost reelection largely because of a recession that had already ended well before voting day,” Frum wrote.The Twilight Vindication of George H.W. Bush
Mark K. Updegrove
October 20, 2013
As Frum notes, Cruz is “a hugely smart, highly focused political player, with a clear-eyed view of political realities.”Is Ted Cruz Doomed to a Political Flameout Like Michele Bachmann’s?
September 26, 2013
My one disagreement with Frum here would be over the phrase "if only to themselves."On Frum's Departure
June 3, 2013
In fact, we've been strong critics of politics of extremism and reactionaryism here at the Frum blog.No, I'm Pretty Sure Mitt Romney 'Gets It'
March 4, 2013
Notice how central the issues of termperament and fanaticism are to Frum's critique.More Conservative Denialism
February 27, 2013
It's frum Ireland—frum the town of Kilmare, where your people came frum.From Place to Place
Irvin S. Cobb
"An' tyke it frum me, I does pinch 'em too," he added, stopping in front of me again.Stories of the Ships
Lewis R. Freeman
You could see it travellin' frum face to face under the dirt that was on said faces.
Frum where I'm settin' it looks to me like the joke is mainly on quite a number of people.Old Judge Priest
Irvin S. Cobb
They'd a had to lock it up somewheres to keep him frum takin' it.