Lark and Spree

Lark

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Lark noun – A time or instance of carefree fun.
Usage example: the kids will have a grand lark at the carnival

Spree and lark are semantically related in prank topic. In some cases you can use "Spree" instead the word "Lark" as a noun or a verb, when it comes to topics like escapade.
Nearby Word: larking
Synonyms for Lark

Spree

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Spree noun – A time or instance of carefree fun.
Usage example: went on a spending spree

Lark and spree are semantically related in wild activity topic. You can use "Lark" instead the word "Spree" as a noun or a verb.
Synonyms for Spree

How words are described

wild wild lark wild spree
real real lark real spree
great great lark great spree
drunken drunken lark drunken spree
Other adjectives: random.
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