frolicky


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Synonyms for frolicky

given to merry frolicking

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The New York Observer years ago said that I was a "frolicky pansexual sex symbol for the new millennium." (Laughs) That one stuck, for a while.
There will also, of course, always be the legacy of her first big role - the young, feisty and frolicky Rita in the iconic 1986 film, Rita, Sue and Bob Too.
"This song is like that frolicky thing you wanna do when your crush looks at you."
Frado's disposition--"a wild frolicky thing" with "an exhuberance almost beyond restraint" prone to "infantile pranks"--is a token of race and class rebellion, (10) raising the question of whether a child of a godless impoverished mother, who branded her a black devil, is capable of spiritual salvation (17, 14).
The micromount symposium and the two frolicky events certainly contributed to the show's reputation by creating an important social milieu leading up to the Show itself.