She came in, lively and animated, brisked up by the keen air of the street.
He woke up when the march was over and brisked up his moustache.
I gave it him, and was not disappointed in the result, for he brisked up wonderfully.
She brisked up with a kittenish purr when disturbed, and remarked that the Hengishire air was like champagne.
But as soon as she saw that portraiture was in the wind, she brisked up.
As I was devouring the child with last kisses, it brisked up and jabbered out its vocabulary!
It is all the best-humoured affair imaginable, refreshingly full of country airs and brisked up with a fine flavour of romance.
So the sad days wore on, and the fell-side air had not yet brisked up Emmanuel's adopted daughter as his sister prophesied.
"Oh, that's all right," Hewson brisked up in response, as he took the cigar St. John offered him.
Susan brisked up a little for the occasion, and looked very pretty as bridesmaid.