antic[ an-tik ]SEE DEFINITION OF antic
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ANTIC
"I recall one antic, just before you left us—" He broke off to meditate.
I spoke to her, and she complained about the antic behaviour of the land.
A sample, a fair sample, of the antic tricks we cut up on the beach of Manatomana.
"I'm paid for my body, not for my voice; so let my body play the antic," she muttered, angrily.
The situation seemed, in antic irony, to be reversing itself.
From the sublime to the arabesque is but a semitone in his antic mind.
I had to humor that antic creature to worm his secret from him.
Base, antic awakener of her heart's dumb cry of infinite loss!
Nor has rathest been so long out of use, that it would be playing the antic to attempt to revive it.
They stamp and jump, and use the most antic gestures for several hours, till they are heartily weary.