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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishfriskyfrisk‧y /ˈfrɪski/ adjective  1 ENERGETICfull of energy and fun a frisky horse2 informal feeling sexually excited syn hornyfriskily adverbfriskiness noun [uncountable]
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friskyShe was a young and frisky animal.a frisky coltIn the present relaxed moral climate, there was always a frisky society matron willing to accommodate a discreet young man.You can, of course, make up anything frisky that's going to get your juices flowing.The names they gave to the frisky young lions were Amanzi, Tunya and Kita.
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