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dilettante one who pursues an activity or interest in a superficial or frivolous way; dabbler. [1/2 definitions]
empty-headed lacking intelligence or common sense; frivolous, silly, or scatterbrained.
facetious not serious; humorous or frivolous.
flighty lacking stability, or serious purpose or interest; irresponsible; frivolous. [1/2 definitions]
frivolity the quality or condition of being frivolous. [2 definitions]
giddy lacking seriousness; frivolous. [1/3 definitions]
goof around to amuse oneself, esp. by doing silly or frivolous things.
gossip any kind of light, frivolous talk; chatter. [1/4 definitions]
horse around (informal) to engage in frivolous or boisterous play.
idle not used to achieve worthwhile or important goals; frivolous. [1/10 definitions]
joiner someone who tends to join many organizations, often for reasons considered to be frivolous or self-serving. [1/3 definitions]
light-minded lacking seriousness; silly; frivolous.
lightsome1 not serious; frivolous; silly. [1/3 definitions]
mad money (informal) a bit of money set aside for emergency use or for nonessential or frivolous purchases.
monkey business (informal) mischievous, frivolous, or foolish behavior. [1/2 definitions]
nonfrivolous combined form of frivolous.
nonsense impertinent or frivolous behavior. [1/4 definitions]
persiflage bantering or frivolous treatment in speech or writing. [1/2 definitions]
popinjay a vain, frivolous, and talkative person.
rattlebrain a silly, frivolous, overly talkative person.
serious-minded of, having, or exhibiting serious purpose, earnest interest, or the like; not frivolous.