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frisky

[fris-kee] /ˈfrɪs ki/
adjective, friskier, friskiest.
1.
lively; frolicsome; playful.
Origin of frisky
1515-1525
First recorded in 1515-25; frisk + -y1
Related forms
friskily, adverb
friskiness, noun
unfrisky, adjective
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frisky

/ˈfrɪskɪ/
adjective friskier, friskiest
1.
lively, high-spirited, or playful
Derived Forms
friskily, adverb
friskiness, noun
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adj.

c.1500, from frisk "lively" + -y (2). Related: Friskiness.

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