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
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What had started as a frisky romance built of the alluring but classically patronizing male-director/female-star relationship quickly devolves into a jokey wade into a petulant, misanthropic mind.
With immediately feeling frisky the second the sun comes out?
In frisky cumbias and high-velocity polkas with very brief swerves into rock riffing or rapped vocals, the band sang about food, love, drinking and dancing — especially food.
The frisky trend was just revived by the stylish model and Instagram star Luka Sabbat, who strapped into a leather harness of his own for an Instagram post alongside friend Bella Hadid.
UTIs are also frequent, thanks to frisky honeymooners, and prescribing antibiotics can be hairy when passengers are committed to their all-you-can-drink packages.
With Chris Paul, Eric Gordon and Trevor Ariza out with injuries, Harden stepped up, putting together a monster effort against a frisky Orlando squad that battled Houston until the final minute.
Yet just as much as in the darker pictures, a majority of these biblical portraits display an exactitude of characterization that belies the frisky, open brushwork Zurbarán favored.
Two frisky felines, Frank and Maria, pawed at each through the planks of one of two bridges that spanned a picture window.
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active, airy, animate, animated, bouncing, brisk, energetic, gay, jaunty, jazzy, kinetic, lively, mettlesome, peppy, perky, pert, racy, snappy, spanking, sparky, spirited, sprightly, springy, vital, vivacious, zippy;
on the go;
FRISKY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of frisky for English Language Learners
: very playful or lively
: sexually playful or excited
FRISKY Defined for Kids
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