Definition of Frisky

1. Adjective. Playful like a lively kitten.

Exact synonyms: Kittenish
Similar to: Playful
Derivative terms: Friskiness

Definition of Frisky

1. a. Inclined to frisk; frolicsome; gay.

Definition of Frisky

1. Adjective. playful; energetic; lively; enthusiastic ¹

2. Adjective. (informal) Sexually stimulated; horny ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Frisky

1. lively and playful [adj FRISKIER, FRISKIEST] : FRISKILY [adv]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Frisky

frisked
frisker
friskers
frisket
friskets
friskful
friskier
friskiest
friskily
friskiness
friskinesses
frisking
friskingly
friskings
frisks
frislet
frislets
frisson
frissons
frist
fristed
fristing
frists
frisure
frisures
frit
frites
fritflies
fritfly

Literary usage of Frisky

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1. Reading-literature: Seventh Reader by Harriette Taylor Treadwell, Margaret Free, Thomas Henry Briggs (1911)
"... A frisky Lamb A frisky lamb And a frisky child, Playing their pranks In a cowslip meadow: The sky all blue And the air all mild, And the fields all sun ..."

2. Holton-Curry Readers by Martha Adelaide Holton, Charles Madison Curry (1914)
"No, frisky, you cannot go out to play. Don't you go out while I am away. Now mind what I say, frisky, mind what I say. frisky. 'Why can'tI go, mother? ..."

3. Standard Catholic Readers by Grades by Mary E. Doyle (1909)
"This is an apple for you, frisky. Make your hands go round and round. ... Sit up, frisky. You are a pretty squirrel. Play with us like a kitten. ..."

4. Story Hour Readers by Ida Coe, Alice Christie Dillon (1913)
"... Mother Black Cat lived in a barn with her three little kittens. One kitten was named frisky. One was named Skippy. And one was named Trixy. ..."

5. Sketches in Crude Oil: Some Accidents and Incidents of the Petroleum by John James McLaurin (1896)
"FF Murray, associated with Walter Izant and WR Herbert in the general details, edits the Sunday World, which is as frisky as a spring-colt. ..."

6. Passages from My Autobiography by Morgan (Sydney) (1859)
"ladies are more Celtic, and have more poetry about them: they are frisky and confident in their present political supremacy. I had a clinical study of them ..."

7. Wife No. 19, Or the Story of a Life in Bondage: Being a Complete Exposé of by Ann Eliza Young (1875)
"The Prophet becomes frisky. — Poor, neglected Emmeline. — How Polygamy was once Denied. — A Mistake which a French Lady Made. — Milk for Babes. ..."

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