Word of the Day: Brisk

By Daniel Scocco - 1 minute read

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Brisk is an adjective that refers to something marked by speed or energy. A brisk tea, for instance, is an invigorating tea. If you walk briskly, you are walking fast or vigorously.

The sound of her iron shoes upon the hard road was quite musical, as she came along at a much brisker trot than usual. (Charles Dickers – Great Expectations)

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1 Response to “Word of the Day: Brisk”

  • mandy

    in my opinion brisk walk mean don’t loose your shoulders, have a active walk that adds plus pints in your personality.

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