Frolic means to have fun. When you frolic in the pool, you are enjoying the water and the sunshine.

  • She was having so much fun swimming that she forgot to wear a swimsuit.

  • They were having so much fun playing games that they didn't notice the time passing.

Definition of frolic


gay or light-hearted recreational activity for diversion or amusement


caper, gambol, play, romp


play boisterously


cavort, disport, frisk, gambol, lark, lark about, rollick, romp, run around, skylark, sport

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Example Sentences for frolic

  • 1

    A period of boisterous play, a frolic.

  • 2

    The participants frolic and fence with sticks.

  • 3

    Fort Frolic was the playground for the citizens of Rapture.

  • 4

    Hules loves to frolic in the autumn mist.

  • 5

    Feel free to frolic in the fruitful feeling of the English Language.

  • 6

    His own contributions are characterized by a frolic and colorful style.

  • 7

    Next day the festival is celebrated with colours and lot of frolic.

  • 8

    The Frolic was crippled and the Wasp rigging and sails were badly damaged.

  • 9

    No, the swing can't jump out of the cage and go frolic in a puddle.

  • 10

    Three women frolic in a river and start fondling one another.