flisk


Also found in: Wikipedia.
Related to flisk: frisk

flisk

(flɪsk)
n
a whim; a fancy
vb
to skip or frisk about; to frolicto unsettle; to make uneasy
References in periodicals archive ?
Sangster wed Janet Wallace, from Flisk, Fife, while still married to Jill Sangster, of Perth, leaving both thousands in debt.
Mrs Wallace, who lives in Flisk, near Newburgh in Fife, Scotland, had no idea her new "husband" was still married.
Mrs Wallace, who lives in Flisk, near Newburgh in Fife, Scotland, told the court that she had no idea Sangster was still married when they wed.
In pots, mix them with foliage in contrasting hues--pale green Wester Flisk with plum heucheras, for example.
The strain Wester Flisk has brightly contrasting deep red stems, lime-green flowers with red edges and dark green leaves.
This hardy cultivar is believed to be a cross between `Sopron' and `Wester Flisk.
On the Wester Flisk variety they are edged with red.
Mrs Wallace, who lives in Flisk, near Newburgh in Fife, Scotland, said she was unaware he had forged her signature on a loan offer acceptance form for pounds 10,000 from Northern Rock until Sangster "ran away" in February last year.
The strain Wester Flisk has deep brick-red stems, contrasting pale, red-edged lime-green flowers and dark green leaves.