gamesome[ geym-suh m ]SEE DEFINITION OF gamesome
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR GAMESOME
Your lordship, with your flock of geese about you, would probably be frolic and gamesome.
The boarding-houses were corralling the easy dollars of the gamesome lawmakers.
But that active and gamesome maid was most entirely on the alert.
The fish are here, as lively and gamesome as brook trout, plump, golden-sided fellows ten or twelve inches long.
She is gamesome and good, But of mutable mood,— No dreary repeater now and again, She will be all things to all men.
Four were handsome skittish lasses, gamesome like children, and like children liable to fits of pouting.
And all this was owing to the chimney, which my gamesome spouse seemed despitefully to regard as the bully of the house.
At best, these were doubtful levities, rather too thievish for a schoolboy, rather too gamesome for a thief.
Come, thou lookest a gamesome fellow--cross he goes, pile he stays; best two in three flips--what sayst?
Pinkethman's inclination for "gamesome liberties" and "uncommon pleasantries" was of a most extravagant kind.
MORE RELATED WORDS FOR GAMESOME
- feeling one's oats
- full of pep