Antic and Stunt


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Antic noun – A playful or mischievous act intended as a joke.
Usage example: we'll have no more of your antics, so just settle down

Stunt and antic are semantically related In some cases you can use "Stunt" instead a noun "Antic".
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Stunt noun – An act of notable skill, strength, or cleverness.
Antic and stunt are semantically related in deed topic. You can use "Antic" instead a noun "Stunt", if it concerns topics such as feat.
Nearby Words: stunted, stunting
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  • Accuse the Witness Subverted. In an antic taken from the book which inspired the series, in a murder for which the body was not found, the defendants' lawyer insists that the whole case is nothing more than a publicity stunt, and that the "victim" is going to walk into the courtroom... Now!
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