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But Tidy was foolish and proud, and, the next time he went out, he began to frisk about very gayly.
Would that we were like unto these ewe lambs, that we might frisk and gambol among them without evil.
When grandpa bought Oliver he carried him home between his knees in the carriage, while he drove Frisk, the pony.
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Oh, what a fine view Jimmie had, but he didn't dare frisk around as Billie and Johnnie did, for he was a trifle dizzy.
Is not this like telling a sick man to get well, or a decrepit old creature to skip and frisk like a child?
Even the old cows shook their horns, and made comical attempts to frisk with the yearlings.
Dan also had been discouraged to learn that Frisk Fagan, the motorboat operator, had been released from jail on bond.
Savagely, he hurled himself upon the surprised Frisk Fagan, wresting the steering wheel from him.
“Keep your shirt on,” Frisk advised, hunching lower over the steering wheel.
They frisk, and dance, and tinkle their guitars from sunset to sunrise.

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