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frill

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishfrillfrill /frɪl/ noun [countable] 🔊 🔊 1 DECORATEa decoration that consists of a narrow piece of cloth that has many small folds in it → flounce 🔊 She was wearing a white blouse with frills at the cuffs.2 → frills
Examples from the Corpus
frill• In the morning, she rose early and dressed in her plainest clothes, flounces and frills had no place in business.• The point was to get it on, and never mind the fusses and frills.• There was no garden; the harsh fen grasses ended in a coarse frill flapping against the walls of the gaunt house.• Like the man, the surroundings have no distracting frills.• Some cheaper airlines offer few frills.• Pin, tack and stitch along the remaining three sides, including frill or piping, if using.• Economise on fabric by only making the frill to cover the front of the chair.• A fresh breeze curled the tops of the waves into tiny frills of foam that glistened white on the sapphire sea.• She wore black and white striped clown pants, baggy, with frills, and an oversized man's shirt.• Cindy's dress was covered with frills and bows.
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