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  • adj. superlative form of frisky: most frisky.


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  • Well, if it was, it was the warmest-bodied, friskiest, most solid spook there ever was.

    Old Tin Sorrows

  • "The smallest, friskiest ones, I think, are young ladies, by the way they switched along behind the others and hung back kind of shy-like."

    Grace Harlowe's Plebe Year at High School The Merry Doings of the Oakdale Freshmen Girls

  • "And I'll tell you how this same lady induced me to put on those foolish togs and hire the friskiest horse at Clayton's," further volunteered Shirley.

    Jane Allen, Junior

  • He liked to pet and romp with her, to carry her on his back and caper around like the friskiest of ponies.

    Apples, Ripe and Rosy, Sir

  • One of the judge's friskiest colts was circling madly about the driveway, while astride of it, in triumph, sat Annette, her dress ripped at the belt, her hair flying.


  • One was the friskiest dog he had ever seen in his life.

    The Little Colonel

  • He did not know enough about horses to put a snaffle-bit in one's mouth, and yet he would draw the friskiest, most mettlesome animal in the corral, upon whose back he was scarcely more at home than he would be upon a slack rope.


  • As Eva and her attendant, Magdalena, leave the church, the apprentices enter to arrange for the trial, among them David, the friskiest of them all, who is in love with Magdalena.

    The Standard Operas (12th edition) Their Plots, Their Music, and Their Composers

  • The friskiest lambs, measuring strength with each other by stiff-legged jumps, are followed by gentle bleats from their mothers, and come back after a frolic to meditate and switch their tails.

    Old Caravan Days

  • Englishwoman; and into those of the austere Astier-Réhu the friskiest of the Peruvian damsels.

    Tartarin On The Alps


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