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larky

adjective \ˈlär-kē\
lark·i·erlark·i·est

Definition of LARKY

1
:  given to or ready for larking :  sportive
2
:  resulting from a lark
lark·i·ness \-nəs\ noun

Examples of LARKY

  1. <a larky group of youths enjoying a night out on the town>

First Known Use of LARKY

1841

Rhymes with LARKY

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