Examples of frisky in a Sentence
The kids were frisky after all that candy.
a frisky kid who keeps the class in stitches with his jokes
Recent Examples of frisky from the Web
THE FRISKY TEAMS INDIANA 2016-17 record: 42-40 (first round playoffs).
Bundick, with her frisky bar-top dancing and legs the color of sliced cantaloupe — her commitment to tanning is impressive — is one of the great femmes fatales in recent American crime stories.
The frisky, 467 horsepower RC F, which debuted in 2015, continues to sell briskly to the cognoscenti who want performance as well as comfort.
Contestants regularly get frisky in the open and have sex in bedrooms without doors — though the footage rarely shows anything too raunchy.
Have the Dinobots been getting frisky with each other?
But Currington’s raspy vocals match Twain’s sexiness perfectly, making for quite the frisky party anthem (for two). 5.
Beck and his colleagues discovered that Northern Pacifics in Washington congregate at communal sites to shed their skins — perhaps because that’s when females get frisky and males want to be nearby.
The former Disney Channel star, 19, is back to canoodling with Sulkin after returning from the Cannes Film Festival, where the actress got frisky with Scott Disick.
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First Known Use of frisky
Synonymsantic, coltish, elfish, fay, playful, frolicsome, larky, rollicking, sportful, sportive
Antonymsearnest, serious-minded, sober, sobersided
Related Wordscoy, kittenish; gay, happy, lighthearted, whimsical; energetic, frolic, jocund, lively, merry, spirited, sprightly, spunky, vivacious; devilish, impish, knavish, mischievous, pixie (also pixy), rascally, roguish; amusing, diverting, enjoyable, entertaining, fun, pleasurable; dabbling, frivolous, goofy, silly, trifling; delightful, pleasant, pleasing; jesting, jocose, jocular, joking, prankish, teasing
Near Antonymsdutiful, responsible; grave, grim, serious, solemn, somber (or sombre), stern, stolid; no-nonsense, priggish, starchy, stuffy; decorous, formal, proper, sedate, staid; guarded, inhibited, restrained
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