Origin of high-spirited
Related formshigh-spir·it·ed·ly, adjectivehigh-spir·it·ed·ness, noun
Examples from the Web for high-spirited
Then again, this is not the high-spirited Mary we met in Season 1—indeed, none of the Crawleys are the same.
Back in the dark days of the Great Depression, Hollywood pumped out brilliant, inspiring, high-spirited films.
My mother said he was high-spirited and that probably got him killed there.The Bone Collectors Get to Work at Florida’s Dozier School|Christine Pelisek|September 6, 2013|DAILY BEAST
There, Nim met Bob Ingersoll, a high-spirited University of Oklahoma student who worked at the facility.‘Project Nim’: The Stunning New Documentary about Chimpanzees|Marlow Stern|July 9, 2011|DAILY BEAST
“Too generous and high-spirited for this work,” sighed Sir Edmund, who sat with them.A Reputed Changeling|Charlotte M. Yonge
But she was too high-spirited to dispute with him, and returned to the house pink with indignation.Nan of Music Mountain|Frank H. Spearman
He left home a high-spirited, warm-hearted youth, fond of athletic sports, and vigorous in body.Famous Men of Science|Sarah K. Bolton
This high-spirited young cousin of her husband's was often a sore anxiety to her.The Safety Curtain, and Other Stories|Ethel M. Dell
Margaret Hamilton was a high-spirited, intelligent girl, about nineteen years of age.Homestead on the Hillside|Mary Jane Holmes