frisky[ fris-kee ]SEE DEFINITION OF frisky
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FRISKY
Frogs the frisky, frogs the spotted, were our comedy that day.
Still there was a touch o' the frisky that set me wondering. '
When he came on board at Sandridge, he looked as frisky and larky as a boy.
I know that finely, I'd have liked it myself when I was young and frisky like you.
But poor Frisky was so tired that he lay right down and went to sleep.
Frisky Squirrel was there, too, sitting in a corner and holding onto his head.
"I could do it, if you'd let me start from a tree," Frisky Squirrel said.
Frisky Squirrel said he supposed so—but it was a strange thing to do.
It had the disposition to be “frisky,” but usually appeared to be lacking in strength.
Guess the frisky little craft must have given a kick just about then.
MORE RELATED WORDS FOR FRISKY
- feeling one's oats
- full of pep