perky

[ pur-kee ]SEE DEFINITION OF perky

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR PERKY

She was so small and perky and so absurdly able to take care of herself.

They taught the perky boy that he was not everything, and the limp boy that he might be something.

I know you, Perky; and you needn't try any tricks on me or it'll be the worse for you.

But Perky wired the Governor that he thought he was being watched?

Perky seized the rockets and touched one after the other to the flames of the bonfire.

Perky and I have been smoking our pipes off yonder in the woods.

He resented his exclusion from the conference with Perky and said so.

She's not nearly so perky and cheeky as when she first came.

Tim's got a little too perky because I let him get ahead of me one night in a drill of turnips.

She looked pert and cool and girlish in her ice-blue suit and perky hat.

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