frolicsome[ frol-ik-suh m ]SEE DEFINITION OF frolicsome
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FROLICSOME
I was a scamp—but a frolicsome scamp—and that is always a popular character.
His good spirits frisked about the table like a troupe of frolicsome puppies.
At home, in the woods, he is the most frolicsome and loquacious.
All you got to do is go ahead and enjoy yourself, free and frolicsome.
It is not so frolicsome as many of its fellows, but it impresses me as typical of its sender.
They acted like boys—more mischievous than boys in their most frolicsome moods.
The titans were frolicsome and delighted in feats to show off.
Theyre so happy, so frolicsome, and so cheerful, that they are quite companions for me.
Their frolicsome inclinations to sports and recreations are then greatest.
Little Tiger was very frisky and frolicsome, and Little Sheep was too.