playsome

playsome

(ˈpleɪsəm)
adj
another word for playful
References in classic literature ?
As in the month of June, the damask rose, which chance hath planted among the lilies, with their candid hue mixes his vermilion; or as some playsome heifer in the pleasant month of May diffuses her odoriferous breath over the flowery meadows; or as, in the blooming month of April, the gentle, constant dove, perched on some fair bough, sits meditating on her mate; so, looking a hundred charms and breathing as many sweets, her thoughts being fixed on her Tommy, with a heart as good and innocent as her face was beautiful, Sophia (for it was she herself) lay reclining her lovely head on her hand, when her maid entered the room, and, running directly to the bed, cried, "Madam--madam--who doth your ladyship think is in the house?
He said: "We are short of a bit of quality in our of a bit of quality in our side but we have got side but we have got some good young playsome good young players.
2]) AIC plaice AISS caisson, bouillabaisse, traiss (trace) ASS bass AYS playsome, Malaysian EES keeshond (a variety of the spitz dog) ES mesa, Keres (a Pueblo Indian people) EYSS Seyssel (the name of 2 villages on the upper Rhone) short 's' sound followed by long 'A' sound.