Antic and Fool

Antic

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Antic noun – A playful or mischievous act intended as a joke.
Fool and antic are semantically related in joke topic. In some cases you can use "Fool" instead a noun "Antic".
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Fool

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Fool noun – A person who lacks good sense or judgment.
Antic and fool are semantically related in joke topic. Sometimes you can use "Antic" instead a noun "Fool".
Nearby Words: foolish, foolishness, foolery, foolishly, fooled
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  • Courtroom Antic He played the fool in order to keep the antic going longer and ended up getting thrown off the stand anyway.
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