Full of high-spirited fun; frisky and playful.(adjective)
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Use "frolicsome" in a sentence
"Too staid for the formation of ripples, too swift for calm content, the river seemed to boil up from below in a kind of frolicsome rage."
"As Lennard and the doctor sat filling the crew's cabin with billows of smoke, the former said -- "There's a kind of frolicsome humour about these men that truly pleases me."
"If you've ever wondered how a big family gets all their socks mated, please check out this new site by the frolicsome and fun Parente family."