Frisky Sentence Examples
I guess I'm just frisky because it's so quiet around here.
The Deans had feared the long Colorado winter might slow down frisky Fred but, if anything, the opposite occurred, due in no small measure to his young pal and junk sale cohort, Martha Boyd.
The foal was feeling frisky and kicking up its heels.
Even old Grandpa got rite frisky afore de weekend wuz over.
A few quickies also keep the pace frisky, even if the jokes range from the decent to the appalling.Advertisement
Have you ever thought about how a young man with cerebral parsley who is getting frisky with his partner actually puts a condom on?
Dorothy maintains that age is catching up with them, joints are beginning to creak, but they look pretty frisky to us!
James saw Guy Fawkes standin ' there And feelin ' rather frisky, Offered ' im a pewter jar Full of Highland whiskey.
Several are very frisky - yes, really lively, but the others just want a quiet life.
Why the hell would the floor get closed just because a couple of kids got too frisky in a dark corner?Advertisement
The cows were delightfully frisky, and threatened a couple of times to stampede in our direction.
Philip enjoyed himself getting quite frisky, he'd probably been drinking glasses of whiskey.
Are you planning on donning a frisky and party length shift, or a princess gown complete with a corseted back and a tulle underskirt?
Many of the frisky paraders held water pistols and other more potent hydro-arms, squirting the audience, which responded mostly with glee, but often with return fire.
By the Carlinside Frisky (Jim Currie & familys ' sire) the cow was off an Excellent very high butterfat 10,000kg Poppy cow.Advertisement
Exercise the toxins out Ever felt strangely frisky with a hangover?
Christian Dior makes many frisky colorful styles that add a touch of wild girlishness to you persona.
You can also play Pin the Bowtie on the Groom, or Pin the Underwear on the Groom, if you are feeling more frisky.
Boston was a tad rowdy back then and we were kind of young and frisky ourselves.