Definition of frilling in English:

frilling

Line breaks: frill|ing
Pronunciation: /ˈfrɪlɪŋ
 
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noun

[mass noun]
  • Material for frills; frills collectively.
    More example sentences
    • Also, Katherine issued a regulation forbidding frillings longer than two inches and high coiffeurs decorated with feathers.
    • She seems to return to the gallantry of the eighteenth century, a time where eroticism was hidden in frillings and many layers.
    • Women removed tawny coats with their sharp furry frillings and set them in neat but un-fussy piles by the carved umbrella stand.

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