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fun and games

noun plural

Synonyms and Antonyms of fun and games

  1. 1 a situation or state of carefree comfort <soon found out that owning and maintaining a yacht wasn't all fun and games> Synonyms easy street, beer and skittles, hog heaven, picnicRelated Words primrose path; heaven, paradise, utopia; American dream, good life; ease, relaxation, restNear Antonyms agony, hell, horror, misery, murder, nightmare, torment, torture

  2. 2 activity engaged in to amuse oneself <it's not all fun and games at the summer music camp, where students are expected to take their studies seriously> Synonyms dalliance, frolic, frolicking, fun, play, recreation, relaxation, rollicking, sportRelated Words gamboling (or gambolling), romping; amusement, diversion, entertainment; hobby, hobbyhorse, pastime; delight, enjoyment, pleasance, pleasure; friskiness, playfulness, sportiveness, wantonness; devilment, devilry (or deviltry), hanky-panky, hob, impishness, jinks, knavery, mischief, mischievousness, rascality, roguishness, waggery; binge, fling, kick, lark, revel, rollick, spree; hilarity, merriment, merrymaking, revelry, whoopee; buffoonery, high jinks (also hijinks), horseplay, tomfooleryNear Antonyms drudgery, labor, work; duty, obligation, responsibility




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