high-spirited

[ hahy-spir-i-tid ]SEE DEFINITION OF high-spirited

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He forgot that humble worship was not the way to win a high-spirited girl.

This was a terrible mortification to the high-spirited young man.

She was high-minded, and high-spirited, and not without a dash of romance.

And she is so—so fidgety and—and nervous and high-spirited and silly.

Ye little know what it is to be the mother of a high-spirited boy.

But this high-spirited youth feels no tremor of physical fear.

It was most humiliating for high-spirited children to be so misunderstood.

A high-spirited lad like Alwyn would not be kept in leading-strings.

It was the act of a high-spirited, generous, and just, nation.

The tone of the Stradivarius violin is full, musical and high-spirited.

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