friskiness


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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.
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Noun1.friskiness - lively high-spirited playfulness
playfulness, fun - a disposition to find (or make) causes for amusement; "her playfulness surprised me"; "he was fun to be with"

friskiness

noun
The state of being full of high-spirited fun:
Translations

friskiness

[ˈfrɪskɪnɪs] Nvivacidad f

friskiness

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In Montserrado County, they keep testing us, and I keep telling them Montserrado is not their zone; do not come here, but because of their friskiness, we have to teach them lesson', said the CDC Standard Bearer.
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