- merrily playful; full of fun.
Origin of frolicsome
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Examples from the Web for frolicsome
I was a scamp—but a frolicsome scamp—and that is always a popular character.Night and Morning, Complete
His good spirits frisked about the table like a troupe of frolicsome puppies.Erik Dorn
At home, in the woods, he is the most frolicsome and loquacious.
All you got to do is go ahead and enjoy yourself, free and frolicsome.The House of Torchy
It is not so frolicsome as many of its fellows, but it impresses me as typical of its sender.The Prairie Child
- given to frolicking; merry and playful
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Word Origin and History for frolicsome
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