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antic definition

  • noun:
    • A ludicrous or extravagant act or motion; a caper.
    • Archaic A buffoon, particularly a performing clown.
    • A grotesque representation of a figure; a gargoyle.
    • A caricature.
    • A ludicrous motion or act; absurd behaviour.
    • A grotesque performer or clown.
    • A ludicrous or extravagant work or gesture; a caper.
    • A pose, frequently exaggerated, in expectation of an action; including, a short squat before jumping
    • Archaic A buffoon, specially a performing clown.
    • A grotesque representation of a figure; a gargoyle.
    • A buffoon or merry-andrew; the one that practices odd gesticulations; the Fool regarding the old play.
    • A caricature.
    • An odd imagery, product, or tracery; a fantastic figure.
    • A ludicrous gesture or work; ridiculous behaviour.
    • A grotesque strategy; a bit of buffoonery; a caper.
    • A grotesque performer or clown.
    • A grotesque representation.
    • A pose, usually exaggerated, in anticipation of an action; for instance, a quick squat before leaping
    • An antimask.
    • A buffoon or merry-andrew; the one that practices odd gesticulations; the Fool associated with old play.
    • An odd imagery, device, or tracery; an incredible figure.
    • a guy of ancient times; an old; in plural, the ancients.
    • A grotesque strategy; some buffoonery; a caper.
    • In art, antic work; a composition consisting of great figures of males, creatures, vegetation, and plants incongruously combined or operate together; an incredible, grotesque, or fanciful figure.
    • A grotesque representation.
    • A grotesque, fantastic, strange, odd, or ludicrous gesture or position; an incredible technique; some buffoonery; a caper.
    • An antimask.
    • A grotesque pageant; an item of mummery; a ridiculous interlude; a mask.
    • A buffoon; a clown; a merry-andrew.
    • a ludicrous or grotesque work done for enjoyable and entertainment
    • a guy of old times; an ancient; in plural, the ancients.
    • In art, antic work; a composition composed of fantastic figures of men, pets, foliage, and plants incongruously combined or operate together; an incredible, grotesque, or fanciful figure.
    • A grotesque, great, strange, odd, or ludicrous gesture or position; an incredible trick; some buffoonery; a caper.
    • A grotesque pageant; a piece of mummery; a ridiculous interlude; a mask.
    • A buffoon; a clown; a merry-andrew.
    • a ludicrous or grotesque work done for fun and amusement
  • adjective:
    • Ludicrously strange; fantastic.
    • Grotesque, incongruous.
    • Grotesque, strange; absurd.
    • Alternative form of antique.
    • Ludicrously odd; great.
    • Grotesque, incongruous.
    • Grotesque, strange; absurd.
    • Old; traditional.
    • Alternative as a type of antique.
    • Odd; great; fanciful; grotesque; ludicrous.
    • Old; traditional.
    • Odd; fantastic; fanciful; grotesque; ludicrous.
    • ludicrously odd
    • ludicrously strange
  • verb:
    • To perform antics.
    • this good sense?) To create a fool of.
    • to execute (an action) as an antic; to mimic ridiculously.
    • To perform antics.
    • this feeling?) In order to make a fool of.
    • to do (an action) as an antic; to mimic ridiculously.
    • behave as or like a clown
    • behave as or like a clown
  • verb-transitive:
    • which will make resemble a buffoon.
    • to produce look like a buffoon.
  • verb-intransitive:
    • to execute antics.
    • to do antics.
  • others:
    • owned by former times; old; traditional.
    • Having existed for a long period; old; aged.
    • right to former times; antiquated; traditional.
    • Fantastic, grotesque, odd, odd, or ludicrous, in form, gown, motion, or position.
    • to create antic or grotesque.
    • Belonging to previous times; ancient; antique.
    • To perform antics; play tricks; cut capers.
    • Having existed for a long time; old; aged.
    • Proper to previous times; antiquated; conventional.
    • Great, grotesque, strange, odd, or ludicrous, in type, dress, motion, or posture.
    • which will make antic or grotesque.
    • to do antics; play tricks; cut capers.
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