Escapade and Game

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

Game and escapade are semantically related. in exploit topic. In some cases you can use "Game" instead a noun "Escapade".
Synonyms for Escapade

Game

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Game noun – A competitive encounter between individuals or groups carried on for amusement, exercise, or in pursuit of a prize.
Escapade and game are semantically related. Sometimes you can use "Escapade" instead a noun "Game".
Nearby Words: gaming, gamed, gamesome, gamesmanship, gamer
Synonyms for Game

How words are described

particular particular escapade particular game
typical typical escapade typical game
entire entire escapade entire game
real real escapade real game
Other adjectives: little, later, last, latest, earlier, previous.

Both words in one sentence

  • In a party-based game or even multi-unit strategy game, a level or mission in which the player controls only one character - often the main hero on a solo escapade.
    Source: Solo Sequence
  • Video Game / Persona 3 In P3P, some guy with a unique portrait randomly appears at Club Escapade on the epilogue day of the game and goes on about various problems he has before stating "But this has nothing to do with your situation." in bright red text.
  • During the King's Game Scene (which just so happens to take place in the "Club Escapade" nightclub from Persona 3), Chie compares Naoto to a detective from a film she once saw.
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