frivolous en Inglés
I was immersed in one of those profound reveries that seize everybody, even a frivolous man, in the most tumultuous celebrations.
And it was this good man's happiness that his son, a frivolous and useless dancer, was going to steal! At first Laurier spoke of a duel.
She was of a light, frivolous character, loving life for the satisfactions and pleasures which it brought her, appearing to accept with smiling conformity the silent and grave adoration of her husband.
nor for that hero of a frivolous life who, from five to seven every afternoon, had attained the triumphs most envied by mankind.
"Yes, Khan Mahoma is a frivolous fellow," said Hadji Murad.
And so a frivolous play upon words in such a connection is unpardonable and improper.
Boleslav Stadnitsky is a marvelous nature, but he looks at these things in an awfully frivolous spirit.
Fedor Ivanitch did not altogether like such a frivolous life.
He took out a long, frivolous pink cigarette and lit it.
In any case this note will remind you that your behaviour towards your future wife is unworthy and frivolous in the extreme.
1. silly: dizzy, childish, senseless, flighty, foolish, idiotic, giddy
2. trivial: flimsy, superficial, paltry, petty, trifling, unimportant