humoursome

humoursome

(ˈhjuːməsəm) or

humorsome

adj
1. capricious; fanciful
2. inclined to humour someone
ˈhumoursomeness, ˈhumorsomeness n
References in classic literature ?
But while she said it, Pearl laughed, and began to dance up and down with the humoursome gesticulation of a little imp, whose next freak might be to fly up the chimney.
Discerning Air is a humoursome mare and even at Limerick, I thought we were in trouble for a while before we turned in.
Norris, Penkethman, and Bullock are obliged to tour outside the city: 'In Musick-booth Vile shew their humoursome Parts, | And receive their Applause by grunting and F___ts'.