adjective, brisk·er, brisk·est.
verb (used with or without object), brisked, brisk·ing.
Origin of brisk
Synonyms for brisk
Antonyms for brisk
Examples from the Web for briskness
Historical Examples of briskness
"Wednesday's only four days off," she said, with a fine assumption of briskness.Quaint Courtships
A drink of spirits helped me; my blood presently flowed with briskness.The Frozen Pirate
W. Clark Russell
For this last, 79 it is impossible to have too much agility and briskness.A Treatise on the Art of Dancing
With an air of briskness he went into the Internacional dining-room.Children of the Desert
She came into the room with the briskness of a March flurry of snow.The Woman Beautiful
Helen Follett Stevans
Word Origin for brisk
1550s, as Scottish bruisk, probably an alteration of French brusque (see brusque). Related: Briskly; briskness.