Definition of Larkier

1. larky [adj] - See also: larky



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Larkier

lariciresinols
larid
larikin
larimar
larine
laris
larisaite
larixinic
lark
lark's-heel
lark's-heels
lark about
larked
larker
larkers
larkier (current term)
larkiest
larkily
larkiness
larkinesses
larking
larkings
larkish
larklike
larks
larksome
larkspur
larkspurs
larky
larmier

Literary usage of Larkier

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1. Mrs. Warren's Daughter: A Story of the Woman's Movement by Harry Hamilton Johnston (1920)
"Why they're no more than what you might call hotels a bit larkier than what other Hotels are. I've never in all my twenty years of Brussels management had a ..."

2. The Prairie Child by Arthur Stringer (1922)
""Feeling a bit larkier than usual this morning, aren't you?" he inquired with what was merely a pretense at carelessness. It was merely a pretense, I know, ..."

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