Definitions for friskfrɪsk
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the act of searching someone for concealed weapons or illegal drugs
"he gave the suspect a quick frisk"
frolic, lark, rollick, skylark, disport, sport, cavort, gambol, frisk, romp, run around, lark about(verb)
"The children frolicked in the garden"; "the gamboling lambs in the meadows"; "The toddlers romped in the playroom"
search as for concealed weapons by running the hands rapidly over the clothing and through the pockets
"The police frisked everyone at the airport"
A frolic; a fit of wanton gaiety; a gambol: a little playful skip or leap.
to frolic, gambol, skip, dance, leap
to search somebody by feeling their clothes
The police frisked the suspiciously-acting individual and found a knife as well as a bag of marijuana.
Lively; brisk; frolicsome; frisky.
Origin: From frisk, from frisque, of origin, perhaps from frisc or frisc, ultimately from friskaz. Cognate with frískur. More at fresh.
lively; brisk; frolicsome; frisky
a frolic; a fit of wanton gayety; a gambol: a little playful skip or leap
to leap, skip, dance, or gambol, in fronc and gayety
Origin: [OF. frieque, cf. OHG. frise lively, brisk, fresh, Dan. & Sw. frisk, Icel. friskr. See Fresh, a.]
Frisk is a 1995 drama film, directed by Todd Verow, based on the 1991 novel of the same name by author Dennis Cooper. It is a first-person narrative about a serial killer. Dennis describes a series of ritual murders in letters to his sometime lover and best friend, Julian, and Julian's younger brother Kevin. It is banned in the UK due to its content. The cast includes Parker Posey and Alexis Arquette.
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