Examples of perky in a Sentence
He hasn't been his perky self lately.
She drove around in a perky little car.
Recent Examples of perky from the Web
Like a desert oasis in the cold tundra of your fridge, the crisper drawer is the perfect dry environment to keep your salad greens perky.
Still, the moist fish revealed a perky taste from being seasoned with chipotle and lime.
Although a mastopexy would not guarantee symmetry, my nipples - yanked on for 13 years and three months - might be perky again.
Mimi is upbeat without being too perky, her voice soothing without being preciously hushed.
That life-affirming quality really comes through in the perky Silhouette Stages production directed by T.J. Lukacsina and choreographed by Rikki Lacewell.
In a nearby room, headless female bodies, sporting impossibly perky breasts, Barbie waists, and spread-eagle legs, hang from chains.
In this case, Bollinger’s prerecorded material, with jaunty forays into music history, biographic anecdotes from the lives of the composers, and a perky narration, seemed to strive for vivid pedagogy over poetry.
Flash-fried, breaded, crunchy Brussels sprouts gained even more character from a perky (OK, salty) soy glaze.
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active, airy, animate, animated, bouncing, brisk, energetic, frisky, gay, jaunty, jazzy, kinetic, lively, mettlesome, peppy, pert, racy, snappy, spanking, sparky, spirited, sprightly, springy, vital, vivacious, zippy;
on the go;
PERKY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of perky for English Language Learners
: lively in manner or appearance
PERKY Defined for Kids
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