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With everything from bitcoin to IPOs so perky, many have asked whether a financial bubble is underway.
He was made easy on this point, and, with an increase in our larder, became quite perky.
Don't you get too perky, young feller, or I'll hang your shirt on the fence before the day's done.
CORPORAL CAMERONRALPH CONNOR
A narrow ribbon of velvet is very pretty twisted over a wire and two perky loops and ends made.
MAKE YOUR OWN HATSGENE ALLEN MARTIN
Perhaps the most attractive of small foreign birds is the avadavat, a tiny, perky little soldier.
But he was down for lunch and conducting for a glee-party in the drawing-room afterwards, as perky and active as a professional.
The perky little launch shoved up close to the side of the tall steamer.
Never heard tell of sech gals as you are, travelin about alonejest as perky as young patridges!
He had just killed a Moreton and stolen his wife, that is why he looks so perky—the fellow in the blue doublet.
The perky little father, with his tail cocked up, stands near.
THE CHILDREN'S BOOK OF LONDONGERALDINE EDITH MITTON

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