frolicsome

adjective
frol·​ic·​some | \ˈfrä-lik-səm \

Definition of frolicsome 

: full of gaiety : playful, sportive

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Examples of frolicsome in a Sentence

a frolicsome uncle who was a favorite among his relatives teachers smiling at the frolicsome students leaving school for summer vacation

First Known Use of frolicsome

1699, in the meaning defined above

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frolicsome

adjective

English Language Learners Definition of frolicsome

: very lively and playful

frolicsome

adjective
frol·​ic·​some | \ˈfrä-lik-səm \

Kids Definition of frolicsome

: very lively and playful frolicsome ponies

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