Antic and Number


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Antic noun – A playful or mischievous act intended as a joke.
Number and antic are semantically related. In some cases you can use "Number" instead a noun "Antic".
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Number noun – A character used to represent a mathematical value.
Antic and number are semantically related. Sometimes you can use "Antic" instead a noun "Number".
Nearby Words: numberless, numbered, numbering
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  • Series / American Crime Story Courtroom Antic: Cochran pulls a number of them, including numerous petty insults to Christopher Darden, and forcing the court to hear a defense witness early to derail the prosecution's momentum.
  • Courtroom Antic: Subverted by Public Enemy Number Two: when Tim is called as a witness to Nick's trial, he does proceed to make a complete mockery of the legal system by saying increasingly stupid things, but he is completely unaware he's doing so and it more or less secures Nick's conviction.
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