- 1. (of an animal or person) play and move about cheerfully, excitedly, or energetically: "Edward frolicked on the sand"
- 1. a playful action or movement: "his injuries were inflicted by the frolics of a young filly"
- 1. cheerful, merry, or playful: archaic "a thousand forms of frolic life"
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Jun 25, 2012 · Definition of frolic (Entry 2 of 3) intransitive verb. 1 : to amuse oneself : make merry I didn't choose the school so I could frolic in the quad — Hugh Gallagher. 2 : to play and run about happily : romp children frolicking in the park.
playful behavior or action; prank. verb (used without object), frol·icked, frol·ick·ing. to gambol merrily; to play in a frisky, light-spirited manner; romp: The children were frolicking in the snow. to have fun; engage in merrymaking; play merry pranks.
- Playful behavior or merriment: fun and frolic.
- A playful movement or act.
- A sexual act or encounter: "his frolics with silver screen divas" (Michael Blaine).
Definitions of frolic. verb. play boisterously. “The children frolicked in the garden”. synonyms: cavort, disport, frisk, gambol, lark, lark about, rollick, romp, run around, skylark, sport. see more. see less. type of: play.
frolic. merry play; merriment; gaiety; fun. a merrymaking or party. playful behavior or action; prank. verb (used without object), frol·icked, frol·ick·ing. to gambol merrily; to play in a frisky, light-spirited manner; romp: The children were frolicking in the snow.
Synonyms & Antonyms of frolic. (Entry 1 of 3) 1 a playful or mischievous act intended as a joke. we indulgently listened to the senior citizens share memories of long-ago frolics. Synonyms for frolic. antic,
Frolic. Activities performed by an employee during working hours that are not considered to be in the course of his or her employment, since they are for the employee's personal purposes only. The doctrine of Respondeat Superior makes a principal liable for the torts of his or her agent occurring during the course of employment.