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escapade

noun as in adventure, usually lighthearted

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Some have sighted it is the missionaries who were on an escapade in Africa, preaching and teaching the Gospel of what was right and what was wrong.

His most famous escapade came in 1991, when the government of Kuwait hired him to track down Saddam’s wealth.

From Time

This versatile piece of camping gear that’s perfect for almost any outdoor escapade.

If you don’t lose all your teeth, have multiple affairs and write stories about your many escapades, you may be missing out.

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The short version is that he took money donated to his campaign and lived on it, used it to subsidize the family he was neglecting and the escapades for which he was neglecting them.

The other, of course, was for her now-confirmed escapade with James Deen.

He was traumatized by shooting his friend during a hunting escapade.

For years Rep. David Wu had managed to bounce back from one strange escapade after another.

For Walters, who worked at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue for 37 years all told, the whole escapade is mind-boggling.

Ruefully Aristide asked himself the question: why had the Mayor not taken him into the confidence of his masquerading escapade?

It was a happy thing for Georgie; the young wife remained in ignorance of her husband's escapade.

The princess was in the family conclave which met to consider an amorous escapade of the Duchesse Antoinette de Langeais.

That she suspects where they have gone is evidenced by the fact that she put your highness up to your last escapade.

But he was feeling deeply chagrined and mortified over his last escapade.

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On this page you'll find 42 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to escapade, such as: antic, fling, caper, folly, frolic, and gag.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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