from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.
- adjective Energetic, lively, and playful.
from The Century Dictionary.
- Gaily active; lively; frolicsome; engaging or done in sport.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- adjective Inclined to frisk; frolicsome; gay.
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playful; energetic; lively; enthusiastic
- adjective informal Sexually
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adjective playful like a lively kitten
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Fu#k! last chance veer into wind-take aim make sure and steady as a rock. kaboom! pellets frisking wing of feathers flitting down in frisky wing. shake of tail and hardly glimmer at the pest down on the earth, flies that dabnaggin dead bird!
If you're feelin 'frisky, consider St.L. over Seattle.
To say I'm slightly frisky is also an understatement.
When the weather's good and I'm feelin 'frisky, I ride my bike all over it.
He's described as a frisky, healthy, normal, rambunctious puppy.
This lady was one of those modern inventions known as a frisky matron, and said and did all manner of dreadful things, which people winked at because — she was Mrs Meddlechip, and eccentric.
This lady was one of those modern inventions known as a frisky matron, and said and did all manner of dreadful things, which people winked at because -- she was Mrs Meddlechip, and eccentric.
Though he cannot be called a frisky animal, he certainly does not deserve the name given to him, as, when he chooses, he can move, as I now had proof, at a great rate.
Not happy news, but probably not a total surprise either, and it makes her kind of frisky once she gets over it.
Rapper T.I. got in some serious trouble with prison officials this weekend -- after guards caught the most famous inmate in Arkansas getting "frisky" with his wife during visiting hours ...