Definitions for "frill"
Keywords:  ruff, apron, longhaired, fur, cat
The furr around the neck of a longhaired cat, brushed upwards to form a frame for the face. Also called a "Ruff".
Long chest hair beneath the neck. Apron.
See Ruff
The bony "crown" on the head of a ceratopsian dinosaur, like a Triceratops. Gallic Epoch The Gallic epoch was the middle part of the Cretaceous Period about 127 million to 89 million years ago.
A frill is a sheet of bone on the heads of ceratopsian dinosaurs, like Protoceratops and Triceratops.
A ruffle, consisting of a fold of membrane, of hairs, or of feathers, around the neck of an animal.
A similar ruffle around the legs or other appendages of animals.
A ruffled varex or fold on certain shells.
To provide or decorate with a frill or frills; to turn back. in crimped plaits; as, to frill a cap.
A border or edging secured at one edge and left free at the other, usually fluted or crimped like a very narrow flounce.
A longer length of fabric gathered or pleated onto an edge for decoration.
Vshaped cut in the cambial tissue of the tree made with a machete or other sharp tool, used as a place to apply herbicides.
Keywords:  ruffing, shiver, hawk, cold, shake
To shake or shiver as with cold; as, the hawk frills.
A ruffing of a bird's feathers from cold.
Something superfluous, such as an ornament, or an additional function on a device or in a system not essential to the basic operation. -- Commonly used in the phrase no frills, used adjectively to indicate a fully functional but economical device or service; as, an economical no-frills airline.
Keywords:  gelatin, wrinkle, film
To wrinkle; -- said of the gelatin film.
Keywords:  ceremonial, flashness
Flashness, ceremonial.