adjective lark·some \ˈlärksəm, ˈlȧk-\

Definition of larksome

  1. :  marked by or inclined toward sportive or mischievous behavior :  frolicsome, playful the melodrama had not been produced for larksome purposes — London Daily News a moderately larksome fellow — E. J. Kahn

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Origin and Etymology of larksome

4lark + -some

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a trip made at another's expense

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