Related formsfrol·ic·some·ly, adverbfrol·ic·some·ness, noun
Examples from the Web for frolicsome
I loved Fanny dearly, but it was not pleasant to see my pets driven off by her frolicsome way of making herself agreeable.Wives and Widows; or The Broken Life|Ann S. Stephens
But whether marked for acceptance or rejection, all were as frolicsome as colts turned out to pasture.Bert Wilson's Fadeaway Ball|J. W. Duffield
And he had reason to congratulate himself on this manoeuvre, for Eliza undoubtedly was in a frolicsome humour.The Far Horizon|Lucas Malet
The lady, laughing, for that she was a frolicsome dame and doubtless had cause to laugh, answered merrily; 'How?The Decameron of Giovanni Boccaccio|Giovanni Boccaccio
Their lively, frolicsome, sunshiny chatter keeps existence from growing mouldy and stale.