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caper

noun

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  1. a playful or mischievous act intended as a joke long-ago college capers that have become more rollicking and daring with each recounting Synonyms of caper antic, prank, capriccio, dido, escapade, frolic, gag, jest, knavery, monkeyshine(s), practical joke, rag [chiefly British], roguery, shavie [Scottish], shine(s), trick, waggeryWords Related to caper skylarking; adventure, experience, game, lark, time; high jinks (also hijinks), horseplay, play, roughhousing, rowdyism; shenanigan(s), tomfoolery; joking, kidding, teasing; gambit, hoax, maneuver, ploy; deed, feat, mission, performance, stunt; caprice, conceit, fancy, vagary, whim, whimsy (also whimsey); deceit, deception, delusion, fooling, fraud, hanky-panky, hoodwinking, ruse, sham, stratagem, subterfuge, trickery, wile


caper

verb

Synonyms and Antonyms of caper

  1. to play and run about happily as summer drew to a close, the children spent their days wistfully capering on the beach Synonyms of caper frolic, cavort, disport, frisk, gambol, lark, rollick, romp, sportWords Related to caper bound, hop, leap, lope, skip, spring, trip, tumble; curvet, dance, prance; carouse, revel, roister; carry on, fool around, horse around; clown, cut up; joyride, roughhouse, skylark; kiteNear Antonyms of caper mope, pout, stew, sulk



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