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
No wonder that 181 Fremont, in context, seems almost frisky.
The friskiest wine in his lineup is the Paul J. Wines 2016 Amador County Zinfandel ($26), which seizes with balance and zest all the juicy raspberry and blackberry notes that the varietal is recognized for giving in the foothills.
Shepherd compresses a tremendous amount of frisky rhythmic energy into only eight minutes of music (not to mention a fair amount of whimsy), and his punchy eruptions of brass and percussion are laced with subtle echoes of early Stravinsky.
Nothing like a hop across the pond to make a romantic date night! Sandra Bullock and Bryan Randall went international — and frisky! — for the London premiere of Ocean’s 8.
In this case, of course, the fleshy specimen was not a frisky divorcée looking for a threesome but a diminutive potted cactus.
The frisky felines are the product of a mating earlier this year between Satka and Oskar, another Amur leopard.
Toronto playwright Mark Brownell's frisky biodrama employs all manner of anachronistic clowning to sprint through the highlights of d'Éon's life.
Most hosts probably expect that guests are going to get frisky in their home and just try not to think too much about it.
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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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