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To run around and have fun… frolic   A frolic is a light-hearted, fun, often silly activity. To frolic is to cavort, romp, or run around — to have fun.   Ever see two puppies playing in the park, wrestling, chasing, and just having a ball with each other? You could say they’re having a frolic or frolicking. When…

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Something that piques your interest… piquant   Feeling a little saucy? Perhaps a bit provocative — but in a good way? Then it’s safe to say your personality is a little piquant.   Coming to us from the French word piquer, which means “to prick,” something that’s piquant certainly piques your interest. Someone who’s piquant engages you…

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Pretending to be shy in a playful manner…   coy   Take the adjective coy for a person who pretends to be shy but really isn’t, or someone who could give a definite answer but won’t. Coy behavior can be playful or just plain annoying.   Originally meaning “quiet and shy,” today someone who is coy pretends to be…

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 Lively and spirited… vivacious   A vivacious person is lively and spirited: a vivacious dancer might do a back-flip off the wall and then jump into the arms of her partner.   Some people are just naturally fun to be around; they sparkle, they animate any group they’re part of, they’re full of life. That, in fact,…