Definition of larkish in English:



See lark

‘It's one thing to make a deliberately stream-of-consciousness, multi-character comedy or drama, but to follow up a larkish film founded on tightness of plot with a rootless, aimless sequel?’
  • ‘On the whole women are more larkish than men and we all become increasingly lark-like as we get older.’
  • ‘The result is a master class in comedy, in all its cruel, larkish, obsessive creativity.’
  • ‘Yes, they were loose and larkish, but steady with the beat.’
  • ‘The panorama here is worth the relatively larkish effort.’