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He said the horse I rode, from its friskiness, and natural desire to "get there, Eli!"
There is much strength and friskiness in these fresh-water surges.
She frisked with the others of her kind; but her friskiness was intermittent and never frivolous.
THE DOMINANT STRAINANNA CHAPIN RAY
These boys of thirty-two or three are so pesky full of life and friskiness that you have to treat 'em as you would young lions.
THE GREAT SIOUX TRAILJOSEPH ALTSHELER
I left him, however, to make his own comments upon my friskiness without affording him the smallest assistance.
Costa Rica, too, almost an isthmian country, enjoys a very bad reputation for this kind of friskiness.
THE PANAMA CANALJ. SAXON MILLS
Of course a good deal of this friskiness comes of my being in sight of land—on the Webster & Co. debts, I mean.
After a paragraph or so our blood Is up, and even our jaded hackneys scud along, and warm up into friskiness.
THE YOUNG DUKEBENJAMIN DISRAELI
Just then a colt, full of life and friskiness, jumped over the ditches and then stopped suddenly, as if surprised at being alone.
Friskiness was an attribute not confined to the born inheritors of that which called itself society.
SOCIAL TRANSFORMATIONS OF THE VICTORIAN AGET. H. S. (THOMAS HAY SWEET) ESCOTT

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