antic

[ US /ˈæntɪk/ ]
[ UK /ˈæntɪk/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. ludicrously odd
    Hamlet's assumed antic disposition
    fantastic Halloween costumes
    a grotesque reflection in the mirror
NOUN
  1. a ludicrous or grotesque act done for fun and amusement
VERB
  1. act as or like a clown
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How To Use antic In A Sentence

  • Difenacoum, detected in her blood samples, can be absorbed through skin, with prolonged anticoagulant effects.
  • But after three years of frantic knitting, they decided to end the challenge, despite reaching halfway.
  • The eight romances for saxophone and piano are indeed romantic.
  • The Press of Atlantic City interviewed Kuras, who spoke in confused, broken English.
  • We may reasonably shake our heads at these romantic resolves. Times, Sunday Times
  • Beautiful, green, the remoteness of Exmoor counterpointed by the glorious surf of the Atlantic beaches, coast roads with views of the craggy shoreline. Archive 2009-06-01
  • This is a gigantic behavior difference cued by one tiny and costless change in procedure.
  • There is growing anticipation that the prime minister will have to resign.
  • The much anticipated The Twilight Saga: Eclipse premiere is almost here and we will be hosting a live stream of the red carpet arrivals! TWILIGHT SAGA NEWS JUNE 16TH: ECLIPSE PREMEIRE, CULLEN FAMILY, ROBERT PATTINSON & MORE | Open Society Book Club Discussions and Reviews
  • In his novel, he separated the peninsula from the continent, thus permitting the cultural meeting of the peninsular peoples with those from the other side of the Atlantic.
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