- v become brisk
business brisked up
- s quick and energetic
a brisk walk in the park
- s imparting vitality and energy
- s very active
doing a brisk business
- Arms merchants are once again doing brisk business after a rapid change of power in this tough town, but so far the peace has held: The Year of The Nuke.
- The couple recently opened a brasserie on a quiet street a few steps away from the city center, and are doing brisk business.
- Online sales have been brisk every year on this day since Internet shopping hit the mainstream in the late 90s, pumped up by better sites and faster Internet connections.
News & Articles
- ‘Fashion Police’ host at age 80
NEW YORK -- "I'm having a great time," Joan Rivers crows before offering a brisk self-appraisal: "Everything is working, my mind is fine.
June 13, 2013 - Provo Daily Herald
- Soccer moves on without seniors
It was a brisk and windy 25 degrees at 6 a.m. when the Lady Griz soccer team began practice in an empty Washington-Grizzly stadium. The end zone that is usually dominated by burly Griz football player
June 12, 2013 - Montana Kaimin
- Survey: 'Brisk' hiring expected in Knoxville in 3Q
Metropolitan Knoxville employers plan to add new jobs “at a brisk pace” in the third-quarter, according to the latest Manpower Employment Outlook Survey.
June 11, 2013 - Knoxville News Sentinel
- Louis Gallois in BusinessWeek
CEO Louis Gallois told analysts in a conference call that while he is "not content" with the level of profits, "we now have a business which is brisk and solid."
- Ben Bernanke in WIS
In spite of a widening of credit spreads on lower-quality corporate debt, "credit spreads remain near the low end of their historical ranges, and financing activity in the bond and business loan markets has remained fairly brisk," Bernanke said.
- Foreign Secretary Margaret Beckett in Kuwait News Agency
I understand that the meeting with the Iranian Ambassador was brisk but polite. But he was left in no doubt that we want them back, Beckett concluded.