Word of the Day

Word of the Day- April 30, 2019

Have you ever frolicked anywhere? I sure have seen most of my students frolicking in the school itself. Leave your connections in the comment section. Don’t forget to use the word as you describe your incident.

Also, referring to our conversation from yesterday, I still haven’t received the synonym of “delicious” uploaded on the blog earlier. Keep searching for the word. Let’s see who posts it!

For those of you who don’t know which conversation are we referring to, click here.

Happy word hunt!

Keep learning, keep growing!

31 thoughts on “Word of the Day- April 30, 2019”

  1. Dear Ma’am Tarana,
    Thank you for the word.
    Here is my sentence-
    Lucie, my neighbour’s dog always frolics with me when I meet her in the park.
    Thank you

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  2. Dear ma’am Tarana
    Thank you ma’am, I will use frolic in my daily life and frolic also means cheerful.
    Ajnaa Dvivedi
    4 B


  3. Dear ma’am
    Frolic’s meaning can be a playful activity as well. Sentence- It is fun to watch the playful goats frolic around the meadow in the afternoon .

    Liked by 1 person

  4. Dear Ma’am Tarana
    I have a lot of connection with this word. Many times I just frolic in the park when I have no work to do.
    Sentence – I am always frolicking in my room after doing all my homework, waiting for the word of the day to come.
    Gangesh Verma

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  5. Dear ma’am Tarana,
    Here is my sentence – It’s enthralling to see my cousin sister frolicking and dancing around the room after being praised by my aunt.
    Thanks maam
    Videh jain
    V B

    Liked by 1 person

  6. Dear ma’am tarana
    My sentence is- On the last day of the session,we had lots of fun and frolic in the class.
    Tanay Dutta
    V B


  7. Dear ma’am Tarana,
    I know some words which are the synonyms of frolic like gamble, scamperand prance,. I will make sure to use in my daily life.

    Thank you


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