Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
OF. friller, fr. L. frigidulus, somewhat cold, dim. of frigidus, cold; akin to F. frileux, chilly
We know little enough about fashion, and my grandfather's knee-breeches and frilled shirt were very smart in the Forties.
"The Story of Bawn" by Katharine Tynan
She had also her little rocking-chair and footstool frilled and cushioned with it.
"Madelon" by Mary E. Wilkins Freeman
The flames seemed to sweep up in a blue sheet toward the lace frills in the front of Mary's gown.
"Contrary Mary" by Temple Bailey
Sir Edmund gave the arm the faintest glance of appreciation before it retreated into lace frills within its brown sleeve.
"Great Possessions" by Mrs. Wilfrid Ward
A frill of fine cambric set off, whilst in whiteness it scarce rivalled, the shoulder and neck.
"The Wits and Beaux of Society" by Grace Wharton and Philip Wharton
These two great units of Austria proper and of Hungary have round them certain frills or edges.
"A General Sketch of the European War" by Hilaire Belloc
The assumption of a large and flashy pin stood in his frilled shirt-bosom.
"Tales of the Chesapeake" by George Alfred Townsend
When she reached Bolton House she was ushered into a beautiful parlor by a prim maid in a frilled cap and apron.
"An Alabaster Box" by Mary E. Wilkins Freeman and Florence Morse Kingsley
She had removed the front-piece which she wore by day and her face showed large and rosy between the frills of her night cap.
"The Butterfly House" by Mary E. Wilkins Freeman
Place frills on the bones of the cutlets.
"Good Things to Eat as Suggested by Rufus" by Rufus Estes
Frill at the neck
Then the flutings of their Ionian
Then two little feet.
He does not smile or smoke.
"Death & Co." by Sylvia Plath
The daisies grow so trig and tall,—
She always had a passion
For wearing frills around her neck
In just the daisies' fashion.
"Discontent" by Sarah Orne Jewett
"Not yet. I am but half awake,"
All drowsily the Primrose spake.
And fast the sleeping Daffodils
Had folded up their golden frills.
"The Witness" by Fay Inchfawn
"Dear robin," said this sad young flower,
"Perhaps you'd not mind trying
To find a nice white frill for me
Some day when you are flying."
"Discontent" by Sarah Orne Jewett
The state of basements, unadorned,
Of attics with no frills or curtains
Was tangible without pretence
And full of substance, weighty, certain.
"Change" by Boris Pasternak
Little daisies with snowy frills,
Courtly tulips and sweet jonquils,
Primrose and cowslip, friends well met
With white wood-sorrel and violet.
"The Champion" by Edith Nesbit
Natasha Khan gets groovy on no-frills funk version of tune.
Frill Seekers a lingerie event at Nordstrom stores will take place on Friday, October 19th, and Saturday, October 20th.
There were no gimmicks or frills in the Duke Blue Devils' version of midnight madness, Countdown to Craziness.
Booking holiday flights on a no-frills airline is like an obstacle course.
The No-Frills , Lamer Version Of Instagram.
Led by No-Frills Carriers, Airlines Improved Service in 2011.
No frills, just good food at Karam's in Yorkville.
Trend Micro Titanium Internet Security 2012 Review: No-Frills PC Protection.
Stop & Shop relaunches no-frills private label.
Stop & Shop, Guaranteed Value, private label, no-frills , supermarket chain, grocery retailer, Ahold USA.
Stores are no-frills affairs with bare concrete floors and open-rafter ceilings.
White River School Board told of no-frills budget.
It was a straight-forward, no-frills budget that White River School District Business Manager Mona Moan presented to the school board at its regular July 13 meeting.
Ronde Barber's contract has no frills.
REAL ESTATE- ON THE BLOCK- It's elementary: No-frills rancher delivers the basics.
Our axiomatic differential geometry is an attempt to grasp the inﬁnitesimal structure without fringes or frills.
Axiomatic Differential Geometry II-3
Solar-bound weakly interacting massive particles: a no-frills phenomenology.
Solar-bound weakly interacting massive particles: a no-frills phenomenology