Escapade and Gag

Escapade

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Escapade noun – A playful or mischievous act intended as a joke.
Usage example: their escapades at the prep school became the stuff of boarding-school legend

Gag and escapade are semantically related in adventure topic. In some cases you can use "Gag" instead a noun "Escapade", when it comes to topics like joke.
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Gag

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Gag noun – A playful or mischievous act intended as a joke.
Usage example: the timeworn gag of asking a tobacconist if he has “Prince Albert in a can”

Escapade and gag are semantically related in joke topic. Sometimes you can use "Escapade" instead a noun "Gag".
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particular particular escapade particular gag
typical typical escapade typical gag
entire entire escapade entire gag
major major escapade major gag
Other adjectives: later, last.
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