Origin of brisk
OTHER WORDS FROM briskbrisk·ly, adverbbrisk·ness, noun
How to use brisk in a sentence
There were brisk sales and crowds of people all day, with the probability of greater crowds and brisker sales in the evening.The Cromptons|Mary J. Holmes
This done, we swung into the road that had been taken by the Federals and went forward at a somewhat brisker pace.A Little Union Scout|Joel Chandler Harris
Then he remembered—without reassurement, rather with displeasure—that Val's pulses beat time to a brisker measure.The Open Question|Elizabeth Robins
So Mabel, with a definite object in view, started at a brisker pace toward Barclay's.The Castaways of Pete's Patch|Carroll Watson Rankin
In short, for many reasons Miss Townshend's book provides a far brisker entertainment than its cumbrous title would indicate.