from The Century Dictionary.

  • Unsettled; fidgety; whimsical.


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  • I get this way sometimes.

    December 7, 2012

  • flisky

    1. Sc. Flighty, frolicsome; of a horse: Skittish.

    1807 J. Hogg Auld Ettrick John 8 Mount. Bard 195 Auld Johnie's flisky dame.

    1856 G. Henderson Pop. Rhymes Berwick 48 You're like Adam Black's pony, Flisky, pranky—and no very canny.

    1880 W. H. Patterson Gloss. Words Antrim & Down Flisky, skittish, specially applied to a mare which kicks when touched on the flank

    April 19, 2015