coltish

[ kohl-tish ]SEE DEFINITION OF coltish

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR COLTISH

He dwelt on their coltish doings, their adventures sought and wrought in the perfect fellowship of youth.

Rousing themselves from coltish recollections of their own, perhaps, the horses began to trot.

Youth is uncharitable to youth, so coltish and impatient with shortcomings, and so infinitely borable.

Evidently he held to the rowels in fond memory of his days of 17 slender youth and coltish gambolings.

The Professor's Coltish Daughter regained her adolescent poise, which was considerable.

"He may be dead or dying," the Professor's Coltish Daughter suggested briskly.

"Maybe he's a shape-changer," the Professor's Coltish Daughter said in a burst of evil fantasy.

Old Bess was rearing and plunging with a coltish animation quite inconsistent with the dignity of her twenty-three years.

It was a clean-limbed, coltish lass of thirteen who gained the race and sprang first into the arms of Muckle Alick.

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