Why, Nature frisks and wriggles, twists and turns about, and you expect a woman to remain still!
If he is in a good humour, how every one frisks about and is happy!
Which he did in two frisks of his tail, without any danger from the trap at all, for that was on the ground, while Billie was above it in the tree.
Billie and Johnnie, as they frisked their tails, just as the cook sometimes frisks the dusting brush when she wants to knock the crumbs from the table to the floor.
While waiting, one washes her antennae by passing them through her mouth, another polishes her wings with her hind legs, another frisks about to while away the period of inaction.
The white Persian kittenfrisks his white-plumed tail; and also turns over and goes to sleep.
Tom, doubtingly, and laying his begrimed hand on his burning forehead, while he alternately frets and frisks his fingers through his matted hair.
Now he pauses at a window and looks impatiently out, then frisks his fingers through his crispy hair and resumes his pacing.
The above list will hopefully give you a few useful examples demonstrating the appropriate usage of "frisks" in a variety of sentences. We hope that you will now be able to make sentences using this word.