use peskier in a sentence.
Next comes the Living River Trail, starting with a trout pool populated by fish, serenely floating wood ducks, turtles and other peskier species such as "giant toe biters" (water bugs).
Starlings, however, are often seen as peskier creatures.
By the same logic, if I, as a botanist, tell someone exactly how to make ricin from castor beans, knowing that they need a method to kill one of their peskier in-laws, then it's nothing to do with me if the in-laws die of ricin poisoning.
Privacy issues aside, such developments could eliminate some of the peskier problems of virtually attending a physical conference.
Orbuch suggests that by sprinkling more goodness around, couples will ultimately feel better about one another and be in a stronger position to tackle larger, peskier relationship issues head on.