brisk definition

  • adjective:
    • Marked by rate, liveliness, and vitality; energetic: had a brisk walk in the playground.
    • Keen or sharp in speech or fashion: a brisk greeting.
    • Stimulating and stimulating: a brisk wind.
    • Pleasantly zestful: a brisk tea.
    • saturated in liveliness and activity; characterized by quickness of motion or action; vibrant; spirited; quick.
    • saturated in character of life; effervescing, as liquors; gleaming; because, quick cider.
    • Marked by speed, liveliness, and vitality; lively: had a brisk walk-in the playground.
    • Keen or razor-sharp in message or fashion: a brisk greeting.
    • Stimulating and stimulating: a brisk wind.
    • Pleasantly zestful: a brisk beverage.
    • revitalizing or stimulating.
    • Full of liveliness and task; characterized by quickness of motion or activity; lively; spirited; fast.
    • Abrupt, curt in one's manner or perhaps in relation to other people.
    • Full of nature of life; effervescing, as liquors; sparkling; as, brisk cider.
    • Stimulating or stimulating.
    • Full of liveliness and activity; described as quickness of motion or activity; vibrant; spirited; quick.
    • Abrupt, curt in one single's way or perhaps in regards to others.
    • packed with character of life; effervesc�ng, as liquors; gleaming.
    • high in liveliness and task; characterized by quickness of movement or activity; vibrant; spirited; fast.
    • Full of character of life; effervesc�ng, as liquors; sparkling.
    • very active
    • imparting vigor and power
    • fast and energetic
    • really energetic
    • imparting vigor and energy
    • fast and energetic
  • verb:
    • to help make or come to be vibrant; to enliven; to animate.
    • To make or be vibrant; to enliven; to animate.
    • to produce or come to be lively; to enliven; to animate; to take, or trigger to simply take, an erect or bold mindset; -- usually with up.
    • In order to make or be vibrant; to enliven; to animate; to simply take, or trigger to take, an erect or bold mindset; -- usually with up.
    • become brisk
    • become brisk
  • others:
    • Quick or rapid for action or movement; exhibiting quickness; vibrant; swift; nimble: because, a brisk piece of cake.
    • Sprightly; animated; vivacious; homosexual: since, “a brisk, gamesome lass,”
    • fast or fast doing his thing or movement; exhibiting quickness; lively; quick; nimble: since, a brisk piece of cake.
    • L'Estrange.
    • high in lively or exciting activity or events; exciting; interesting.
    • Sprightly; animated; vivacious; homosexual: as, “a brisk, gamesome lass,”
    • burning up freely; brilliant: because, a brisk fire.
    • L'Estrange.
    • Effervescing vigorously: said of liquors: since, brisk cider.
    • packed with lively or exciting action or activities; interesting; interesting.
    • Performed or kept with briskness; rapid; quick: as, a brisk fire of infantry.
    • Burning easily; brilliant: since, a brisk fire.
    • Vivid; luminous.
    • Effervescing vigorously: said of liquors: because, brisk cider.
    • Synonyms Alert, nimble, fast, fast, sprightly, prompt, spry, smart, bustling, wide-awake, eager. See energetic and busy.
    • Performed or kept up with briskness; quick; fast: as, a brisk fire of infantry.
    • which will make vibrant; enliven; animate; refresh: occasionally with up.
    • Vivid; luminous.
    • To become quick, lively, or active: with up.
    • Synonyms Alert, nimble, fast, rapid, sprightly, prompt, spry, wise, bustling, wide-awake, eager. See energetic and busy.
    • In order to make vibrant; enliven; animate; refresh: often with up.
    • In order to become brisk, lively, or energetic: with up.

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