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Meanings of Asterisk:

noun

A symbol (*) used in text as a pointer to an annotation or footnote.

Usage examples:

Scholarly notes are usually signalled by superscript numbers at appropriate points in a text, but s…
verb

Mark (a word or piece of text) with an asterisk.

Usage examples:

He had asterisked the things about the case that still bothered him

Meanings of Asterisked:

verb

Mark (a word or piece of text) with an asterisk.

Usage examples:

He had asterisked the things about the case that still bothered him
adjective

(of a word or piece of text) marked with an asterisk.

Usage examples:

Asterisked entries

Meanings of Asterisking:

verb

Mark (a word or piece of text) with an asterisk.

Usage examples:

He had asterisked the things about the case that still bothered him
noun

A symbol (*) used in text as a pointer to an annotation or footnote.

Usage examples:

Scholarly notes are usually signalled by superscript numbers at appropriate points in a text, but s…

Meanings of Asterisks:

noun

A symbol (*) used in text as a pointer to an annotation or footnote.

Usage examples:

Scholarly notes are usually signalled by superscript numbers at appropriate points in a text, but s…
verb

Mark (a word or piece of text) with an asterisk.

Usage examples:

He had asterisked the things about the case that still bothered him

At-risk

ətˈrɪsk

Meanings of At-risk:

adjective

Used to describe a part of some employees' pay that they only get if they do their job well

Usage examples:

At-risk pay/compensation no at-risk pay is awarded for performance that does not meet expectations.…

Meanings of At-risk-of:

idiom

Used before you say something that may seem offensive or stupid

Usage examples:

At the risk of seeming rude, i'm afraid i have to leave now., at the risk of sounding stupid, how d…

Meanings of Brisk:

adjective

Active and energetic.

Usage examples:

A good brisk walk
verb

Quicken something.

Usage examples:

Mary brisked up her pace

Brisked

brɪsk

Meanings of Brisked:

verb

Quicken something.

Usage examples:

Mary brisked up her pace
adjective

Active and energetic.

Usage examples:

A good brisk walk

Meanings of Brisken:

verb

Make or become quicker or more active and energetic.

Usage examples:

Suppose we brisken up

Meanings of Briskened:

verb

Make or become quicker or more active and energetic.

Usage examples:

Suppose we brisken up

Briskening

ˈbrɪsk(ə)n

Meanings of Briskening:

verb

Make or become quicker or more active and energetic.

Usage examples:

Suppose we brisken up

Brisker

brɪsk

Meanings of Brisker:

adjective

Active and energetic.

Usage examples:

A good brisk walk
verb

Quicken something.

Usage examples:

Mary brisked up her pace

Briskest

brɪsk

Meanings of Briskest:

adjective

Active and energetic.

Usage examples:

A good brisk walk
verb

Quicken something.

Usage examples:

Mary brisked up her pace

Brisket

ˈbrɪs.kɪt

Meanings of Brisket:

noun

Meat cut from the breast of an animal, typically a cow.

Usage examples:

Meats include st. louis-style ribs, hand-pulled pork, brisket and steak, as well as chicken and fish.

Briskets

ˈbrɪskɪt

Meanings of Briskets:

noun

Meat cut from the breast of an animal, typically a cow.

Usage examples:

Meats include st. louis-style ribs, hand-pulled pork, brisket and steak, as well as chicken and fish.

Brisking

brɪsk

Meanings of Brisking:

verb

Quicken something.

Usage examples:

Mary brisked up her pace
adjective

Active and energetic.

Usage examples:

A good brisk walk

Briskly

ˈbrɪsk.li

Meanings of Briskly:

adverb

In an active, quick, or energetic way.

Usage examples:

She walked briskly into the building

Frisk

frɪsk

Meanings of Frisk:

verb

(of a police officer or other official) pass the hands over (someone) in a search for hidden weapons, drugs, or other items.

Usage examples:

He raised his arms to permit the officer to frisk him
noun

An act of frisking someone.

Usage examples:

A frisk search

Frisked

frɪsk

Meanings of Frisked:

verb

(of a police officer or other official) pass the hands over (someone) in a search for hidden weapons, drugs, or other items.

Usage examples:

He raised his arms to permit the officer to frisk him
noun

An act of frisking someone.

Usage examples:

A frisk search

Meanings of Frisket:

noun

A thin metal frame keeping the paper in position during printing on a hand press.

Usage examples:

Over these zones of colour, she applies frisket

Meanings of Friskets:

noun

A thin metal frame keeping the paper in position during printing on a hand press.

Usage examples:

Over these zones of colour, she applies frisket

Friskier

ˈfrɪs.ki

Meanings of Friskier:

adjective

Playful and full of energy.

Usage examples:

He bounds about like a frisky pup

Friskiest

ˈfrɪs.ki

Meanings of Friskiest:

adjective

Playful and full of energy.

Usage examples:

He bounds about like a frisky pup

Friskily

ˈfrɪs.kəl.i

Meanings of Friskily:

adverb

In a way that is full of activity or shows that you like to play

Usage examples:

Outside, the april breeze travelled friskily through the garden., the lambs ran around friskily.

Meanings of Friskiness:

noun

The quality of liking to play or being full of activity

Usage examples:

She had the friskiness of a kitten., the production has a playful friskiness.

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