Definition of Frolicky

1. Adjective. Given to merry frolicking. "Frolicsome students celebrated their graduation with parties and practical jokes"

Exact synonyms: Coltish, Frolicsome, Rollicking, Sportive
Similar to: Playful
Derivative terms: Frolicsomeness, Sportiveness



Definition of Frolicky

1. a. Frolicsome.

Definition of Frolicky

1. Adjective. (obsolete) frolicsome ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Frolicky

1. frolic [adj] - See also: frolic

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Frolicky

froise
froises
frolement
frolic
frolicful
frolick
frolicked
frolicker
frolickers
frolicking
frolickingly
frolicks
frolicksome
frolicksomely
frolicksomeness
frolicky (current term)
frolicly
frolics
frolicsome
frolicsomely
frolicsomeness
froliquely
frolovite
from
from A to Z
from A to izzard
from Missouri
from can see to can't see
from cover to cover
from dawn to dusk

Literary usage of Frolicky

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. A Supplementary English Glossary by Thomas Lewis Owen Davies (1881)
"frolicky, merry, frolicking. There is nothing striking in any of these characters, yet may we, at a pinch, make a good frolicky half-day with them. ..."

2. Sunset by Southern Pacific Company, Southern Pacific Company. Passenger Dept (1913)
""Put this with the rest" I says, "because it's liable to be a sort of a frolicky night, before we get done, and it mightn't be real safe on me. ..."

3. Working with the Working Woman by Cornelia Stratton Parker (1922)
"... and play aplenty, healthy youngsters frolicky about me, the warmest of friends close by. The larder is stocked with good food, good books are on the ..."

4. Battles and Sketches of the Army of Tennessee by Bromfield Lewis Ridley (1906)
"The fiddlers and banjo pickers brought us up under it, and I know that the people who made it so popular were frolicky and full of fun. ..."

5. Baled Hay: A Drier Book Than Walt Whitman's "Leaves O' Grass". by Bill Nye (1893)
"I could tell you lots of smart little things that they used to do, Mr. Nye, but they wa'n't mean and cussed. They was just frolicky and gay ..."

6. Life of the Lady Arabella Stuart: Containing a Biographical Memoir, and a by A. Murray Smith, Emily Tennyson Bradley Smith (1889)
"The ache of the queen's arm is fallen into her side, but she is still, thanks to God, frolicky and merry, only her face sheweth some decay, which to conceal ..."

7. The Spirit of the Public Journals: Being an Impartial Selection of the Most by Stephen Jones, Charles Molloy Westmacott (1811)
"At length he was quite frolicky ; Some Doctors thought his ample brain Had got a sort of twist, ..."

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