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frivolous
used in To Kill a Mockingbird

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Definition
not serious
  • in behavior or attitude — as when acting silly or without appropriate seriousness
  • in content — as when describing something as trivial or unimportant
  • It showed Atticus barefooted and in short pants, chained to a desk: he was diligently writing on a slate while some frivolous-looking girls yelled, "Yoo-hoo!" at him.
    p. 155.3
frivolous = unserious
There are no more uses of "frivolous" in To Kill a Mockingbird.

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