friskier friskier


  • (adj) playful like a lively kitten


  1. In friskier days, Humanitarian Sam forced himself on his daughter-in-law, and the issue is in doubt.
  2. Well, it's no state secret that President Stafford is looking, feeling and acting friskier since last summer's makeover and rejuvenation at Bethesda Naval Reconstructive Hospital.
  3. But rarely had Carnegie Hall held a friskier audience.


  • HBT Extra: Previewing the AL Central

    You or your mom may be playing shortstop for ‘em, but aren’t the Tigers still the favorites? And which team is friskier: the Indians or the Royals? Kay and I break it down:  
    on March 25, 2014     Source: NBC Sports: HardballTalk


  • "He's finishing inside," Jackson said. "I don't know if it was his hand or some of the things that were going on physically with him, but physically now, he looks a lot friskier and stronger when he goes to the basket."
    on Feb 23, 2004 By: Phil Jackson Source: San Diego Union Tribune

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