“If a wider trade gap is driven by consumers and businesses feeling friskier, that is a good sign for the short term.”
“But that Yankee celebration in Toronto looked friskier than normal.”
“He calls himself The Shark, and gets a few of the friskier old girls into his lap to go parking in linen closets when he can.”
“Ma-ri's adventures are a little friskier: To please her callous younger lover, she sneaks off for a soul-deadening ménage à trois at a nearby hot-sheets hotel.”
“Couldn't Corbijn have come up with a friskier music score?”
“Hurrah too for squirrels, nature's fur-covered ninjas who are getting friskier and demanding-er as the weather improves.”
“The torches those guys are planning to use to scare him away will do nothing but make him feel friskier.”
“On a windy day, dogs may seem friskier, more likely to scratch the ground; they may in fact be leading others to a message that otherwise would waft away.”
“Everyone is still happy and healthy and growing, and they are beginning to get a bit friskier and more playful.”
“Ratner's version is friskier, shallower -- and more fun.”
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