from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Disposed to be larky; frolicsome.


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  • Nassau-Siegen regarded his new command as a larksome opportunity for self-promotion.

    John Paul Jones

  • I wonder if it would interest you any at all to know that it is made out of a most larksome

    Molly Make-Believe

  • The gay, larksome light fled from his eyes, his face grew stern and sometimes forbidding.

    Quill's Window

  • He heard her singing about the house, -- gay, larksome little snatches, -- and she whistled merrily as she worked in the garden.

    Viola Gwyn


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