briskish

briskish

(ˈbrɪskɪʃ)
adj
fairly brisk
References in classic literature ?
It so happened, then, that Rocinante took a fancy to disport himself with their ladyships the ponies, and abandoning his usual gait and demeanour as he scented them, he, without asking leave of his master, got up a briskish little trot and hastened to make known his wishes to them; they, however, it seemed, preferred their pasture to him, and received him with their heels and teeth to such effect that they soon broke his girths and left him naked without a saddle to cover him; but what must have been worse to him was that the carriers, seeing the violence he was offering to their mares, came running up armed with stakes, and so belaboured him that they brought him sorely battered to the ground.
5 m/s (almost 17 mph) for a white rhino at a briskish run, he acknowledges.
The South African seamer, obviously confusing his briskish pace with Brett Lee's, gave the classy veteran a vociferous send-off after having him caught at slip in the third over.
Anyon's briskish pace from the Grandstand End accounted for John Sadler to leave Derbyshire at 75 for three at lunch when Bell was once again called into action at slip after the batsman was beautifully squared up.