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
If the Escape is the small and perky littlest sibling in this quintet (a sixth SUV, the subcompact EcoSport, has yet to go on sale) and the Explorer and the Expedition are the prime movers, then the Edge falls in between as a blend of both.
Perky peacock: $44.99 on Amazon Summer is not the time to be subtle.
For its part, baseball, poor thing, tries desperately to be perkier, more relevant and something the kids want to play.
The song is piloted by soft organ chords, a perky bassline and bubbly plucks, all of which clasp to his mysterious tone.
The tours are conducted by very perky Mormon missionaries, but no one will try to convert you.
Thick white nuggets of crab were mounded on a doily of lettuce leaves and accompanied by a perky cocktail sauce.
And the perky Avocado Vinaigrette lightly coats the salad, yielding a just-right amount of acidity.
That's because its perky protagonist overcomes stereotypical notions about beautiful blondes by adding brains to the equation.
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First Known Use of perky
PERKY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of perky for English Language Learners
: lively in manner or appearance
PERKY Defined for Kids
Definition of perky for Students
: being lively and cheerful
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