antic

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  • She found his antics interesting enough to approach him and the relationship developed from there.
  • But he also joined in with the antic spirit of the time.
  • Since then, he has played straight man to the antics of his eccentric wife.
  • His on-court antics, designed to get the crowd involved, both helped and hurt his play.
  • He is well known for his explosive guitar style and wild stage antics.
  • He stated the Police harassment made him more determined to continue his antics.
  • Coupling is almost entirely based around the antics of the six main characters.
  • In the early days of the band, she became well known for her outrageous antics during live shows.
  • Despite being in a relationship, the latter walks out on the former due to his antics with other women.
  • They end up being honest, but go through some amusing antics to get there.
  • But all these attempts turn out to be pure antics and he makes a fool of himself.
  • It keeps them away from the main base where they were free to carry out their antics and even fight the war.
  • Full many an antic he had play'd While the world went round through sleep and shade. Cited from Complete Prose Works, by Walt Whitman
  • They were critical of the group for its concert antics, lyrics, and even for their name.
  • These antics regularly resulted in his being returned to his cell as court proceedings continued in his absence.
  • Following a similar format, the series features one young person per episode as they discuss their bedroom antics.
  • His antics are tearing the family apart and have even made his house subject for sale.
  • One day she had enough of John's controlling antics and ran out of the house.
  • Throughout his career, McMahon was known for both on- and off-field antics.
  • Both were demonised by the media and some religious groups for their antics.
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How antic gets used

Meaning of antic

  • noun A ludicrous or grotesque act done for fun and amusement