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Tuesday Word: Frippery

frip·per·y [ˈfrɪpərɪ]:
origin: [1560's] French; frepe/freperie= old garment.

noun (plural)
Needlessly fanciful -- in fashion, architecture, or verbiage; ostentatious.

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