friskily


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frisk·y

 (frĭs′kē)
adj. frisk·i·er, frisk·i·est
Energetic, lively, and playful: a frisky kitten.

frisk′i·ly adv.
frisk′i·ness n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.friskily - in a playfully frisky manner; "he moves about friskily despite his age"
Translations
بِمَرَح
hravěskotačivě
fjörlega, líflega
samopašne
canlılıklaneşeyle

frisk

(frisk) verb
to jump about playfully. The lambs are frisking in the fields.
ˈfrisky adjective
ˈfriskily adverb
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