1 cheerful, coltish, frisky, frolicsome, gay, impish, joyous, kittenish, larkish (informal) lively, ludic (literary) merry, mischievous, puckish, rollicking, spirited, sportive, sprightly, vivacious
2 arch, coy, flirtatious, good-natured, humorous, jesting, jokey, joking, roguish, teasing, tongue-in-cheek, waggish
despondent, gloomy, grave, morose, sedate, serious
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