friskily : Definition, Usages, News and More
- r in a playfully frisky manner
he moves about friskily despite his age
- Americans have a friskily self-destructive habit of turning even their best impulses into junk and kitsch; a Beverly Hills hair salon lately had eight models in tank tops and .
- One song in the show, I Wish I Were in Love Again, had a friskily sardonic line about "the self-deception that believes the lie.
- Before long the girl-shy Whirlwind, drunk with love, is as friskily unmanageable as a brontosaurus in a bridal suite.