• Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
    • n Flisk A caper; a spring; a whim.
    • v. i Flisk To frisk; to skip; to caper. "The flisking flies."
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Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
    • flisk To fly about nimbly; skip; caper.
    • flisk To fret at the yoke or the collar.
    • flisk To flick, as with a whip.
    • flisk To render restless; fret.
    • n flisk A sudden spring or turn; a caper; a whim.
    • n flisk A bundle of white rods to brush away cobwebs and dust; a whisk.
    • n flisk A comb with large teeth.
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Chambers's Twentieth Century Dictionary
    • v.i Flisk flisk (Scot.) to skip or caper about: to fret at the yoke
    • n Flisk a whim: a large-tooth comb
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