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
Kourtney, like a high schooler finding a secret location to get frisky on prom night, gives her assistant a wallet with a hotel key inside of it.
And don't think finding somewhere private on the flight protects you: A couple was arrested in 2011 for getting frisky in the airplane's bathroom.
Who makes that final drive in Dallas last week other than Rodgers, the frisky marksman?
All from the 2016 vintage, these were the friskiest and most buoyant of all the barberas on the premises.
The woman worried this frisky couple might attempt to seduce her and her husband — who, incidentally, seemed pretty curious about the whole arrangement.
Denver should be frisky in the West this year, with the addition of Paul Millsap giving them one of the most skilled frontlines in the Association.
The stunning announcement that the franchise was moving to Las Vegas at some future date aside, the mood for 2017-18 was upbeat, at times downright frisky, right down to the familiar silver and black swagger.
Your chances more than double in October, November and December as daylight driving hours decrease and the deer get frisky.
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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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