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Definition of Coltishly
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Literary usage of Coltishly
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1. A Select Collection of Old English Plays by Robert Dodsley, William Carew Hazlitt (1874)
"Yet Pegasus still rears himself on high, And coltishly doth kick the clouds in sky. 3. Who saw the grief engraven in a crown, 0r knew the bad and bane, ..."
2. New Footprints in Old Places by Pauline Stiles (1917)
"They were frisking coltishly about among the grey boles of the trees, and no telling how many dryads watched them from the silver leaves above. ..."