adjective, frisk·i·er, frisk·i·est.
Origin of frisky
Examples from the Web for frisky
The Frisky took the bait, writing that “If famous works of art had been created today, they might have a whole different look.”
So to recap: You know those two lions that were frisky enough to have lion sex and give birth to lions?
Obama himself touts “the Swedish model,” which sounds like a frisky playmate for the Stimulus Package.
Growin' plants, and frisky animals, and young folks in love.The Faith Healer|William Vaughn Moody
He is the most frisky, diverting, and altogether impish of all our wild creatures.The Wit of a Duck and Other Papers|John Burroughs
I could not understand what it was at first; but pretty soon I saw it was Frisky up in one of the trees on our place.
But there were a few of the forest-people with whom Frisky never was able to make friends.
The very floor trembled and shook, and Frisky expected that in another instant the roof would come crashing down on him.