A sprightly woman wrings her hands as if flirtatiously sizing up a fellow resident at the nursing home.
‘We say that the day you don't think about falling, you will fall,’ says Corinne Pierre, a sprightly French-Canadian acrobat.
He looked as lively and sprightly as ever despite now being in his mid forties.
He is at ease with his age - a sprightly 64.
His lover, Mercedes, is a sprightly dancer who would have benefited from a brighter costume.
There was an amusing final theatrical flourish from the Conservative candidate, John Taylor, a sprightly 63-year-old.
When Lucy, a sprightly waitress with a song on her lips and in her heart, meets Adam, she gives up her ‘man-izing’ ways and wants to settle down.
Felicity, ‘a spunky, spritely girl growing up in Virginia in 1774,’ visits a local plantation where there are clearly slaves; the issue never arises.
She was an engaging little creature, full of sprightliness and life.
The spritely 27-year-old was swept in as a last-minute understudy for the part when Clairemarie Osta came down with double tendinitis.