brisk[ brisk ]SEE DEFINITION OF brisk
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR BRISK
Put it on the spit, rub it with butter, and roast it before a brisk fire.
Bake it in a brisk oven an hour or more according to its thickness.
It was too late; in the brisk idiom of his mother-tongue, he was "caught with the goods on."
They were walking at a brisk pace, and Tom appeared to be talking earnestly.
She meant to go all the rounds with brisk little Miss Winship.
If the Street is brisk, I won't see him till he arrives home to-night.
Where are the brisk boys of the City who were said to be longing for me?
I have heard my father say that trade was never so brisk as in 'forty-six, when they were down this way.
The last was spoken in a brisk tone to the guard who had followed the captain.
The lightness of these cakes depending much on the expedition with which they are baked, they should be set in a brisk oven.