a superlative of spry.
adjective, spry·er, spry·est or spri·er, spri·est.
active; nimble; agile; energetic; brisk.
Origin of spry
First recorded in 1740–50; origin uncertain
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Related Words for spriestenergetic, agile, brisk, lithe, robust, sprightly, alert, fleet, healthy, nimble, prompt, quick, ready, sound, spirited, supple, vigorous, rocking
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Historical Examples of spriest
They say that you're a great jumper—the spriest jumper in all Pleasant Valley.The Tale of Kiddie Katydid
Arthur Scott Bailey
adjective spryer, spryest, sprier or spriest
active and brisk; nimble
Word Origin for spry
C18: perhaps of Scandinavian origin; compare Swedish dialect spragg sprig
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