caper[ key-per ]SEE DEFINITION OF caper
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CAPER
Adams gave a caper, and cry'd out, "It would do; for that he had sixpence himself."
If roasted, it should be served with red-currant jelly; if boiled, with caper sauce.
Caper sauce, by adding capers; or, as a substitute, chopped gherkin.
So saying, Hilbert began to caper about the deck in the exuberance of his joy.
So saying, Rollo began to caper about with delight, and then ran off to meet his uncle.
Caper asked him, when he first saw him after his return to the city.
Caper's painting for the display was rejected for some reason.
David jumped up and began to caper, while the Phoenix beamed.
It was just a young people's caper, and he thought it rather amusing.
Anybody who planned a caper would sure have to plan it well.
1580s, apparently short for obsolete capriole "to leap, skip," probably from Italian capriolare "jump in the air" (see cab). Related: Capered; capering.