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frivolity (n.)

1796, from French frivolité, from Old French frivole "frivolous," from Latin frivolus (see frivolous).

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Definitions of frivolity

frivolity (n.)
the trait of being frivolous; not serious or sensible;
Synonyms: frivolousness
frivolity (n.)
something of little value or significance;
Synonyms: bagatelle / fluff / frippery
frivolity (n.)
acting like a clown or buffoon;
Synonyms: buffoonery / clowning / japery / harlequinade / prank
From wordnet.princeton.edu