Definition of 'frisky'
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His exit meant she had no one to get frisky with on the house stairs. The Sun (2016)United were in one of their frisky moods. Times, Sunday Times (2012)The second time he came round to my place and was in a frisky mood. The Sun (2008)Where we like to get frisky depends on where we live. The Sun (2014)His wife said he had been getting frisky. Times, Sunday Times (2009)He takes me riding on a frisky Icelandic horse. Times, Sunday Times (2014)All you need to do is put one on the next time you're getting frisky. The Sun (2011)You are now in your twenties, feeling a bit frisky and looking for love. Times, Sunday Times (2015)DRINK beer for cheer and whisky to get frisky? Times, Sunday Times (2013)Freedom from clothes made us feel young and frisky again - especially after we got friendly with another couple. The Sun (2006) Getting frisky about new film. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Once you've got over the cringe factor, getting a bit frisky in public is surprisingly fun. The Sun (2015)If you took the lion's share of running the home, your wife might feel a bit more frisky. The Sun (2009)But good-looking men are the opposite - getting frisky as soon as possible with as many women as they can get. The Sun (2013)Given the drizzle, the rest of us are probably amazed that it is possible for anyone to get frisky in north Wales. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Now my wife is getting frisky but I can't perform. The Sun (2014)
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