Thesaurus / antic
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Their shirtless antics have played well all over the world since they got together in 2005.

Listen to Africa’s Singing GiantsJoshua EferigheOctober 2, 2020Ozy

The meaning of antic, a doublet of antique, has changed considerably, but the process is easy to follow.

The savages also entertained them with dancing and singing and antic tricks and grimaces.

Captain John SmithCharles Dudley Warner

Base, antic awakener of her heart's dumb cry of infinite loss!

Kincaid's BatteryGeorge W. Cable

Sports in the solitude like an antic fiend; it feeds on blood, and rivers would not sate its appetite.

Other orts and ends of rabble made up the procession, which with antic and grimace marched about the village and neighbourhood.

British GoblinsWirt Sikes

Yet within it lurks Romance, and her sombre sister Tragedy, and their antic brother Comedy, the cut-up.

He would throw himself into a thousand antic shapes, and afforded no small entertainment.

I spoke to her, and she complained about the antic behaviour of the land.

I used to show a few kopecs and point to my mouth, an antic, or pantomime, that was at once understood.

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