Definition of 'antic'
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Her drunken antics this week almost made me switch off. The Sun (2015)But their boozy antics often led to injuries. The Sun (2014)His outrageous antics suggest his big dreams may just come true. The Sun (2011)We both love and respect one another but the bedroom antics are becoming annoying. The Sun (2014)We watch their wild antics as they binge drink and go on the pull. The Sun (2007)And his wild antics were not just confined to the stage. Times, Sunday Times (2008)The media mogul booted him off over his boozy antics and called him a horror of a human being. The Sun (2015)By the time we got to bed we were both so exhausted that often our bedroom antics were less than steamy. The Sun (2012)Were there lots of drunken antics? The Sun (2015)He has also been banned by airline Flybe for six months following his drunken antics. The Sun (2012)The windows of opportunity for any bedroom antics decrease suddenly, and the venues become limited. Times, Sunday Times (2009)She has been warned by her mum and agent her wild Ibiza antics wrecked her reputation. The Sun (2009)His drunken antics have often been the subject of ridicule in the press and he has in the past been arrested for drink driving. Times, Sunday Times (2013)His off-field antics are a worry. Times, Sunday Times (2012)He was also unimpressed with the off-field antics of some England rugby stars. The Sun (2011)But there won't be a repeat of last year's boozy antics if he does get the gong. The Sun (2016)And Twickenham chiefs will read the riot act to players to avoid any repeat of their shameful off-field antics. The Sun (2011)But his off-field antics have not put City off making him their first big buy of what promises to be a busy summer. The Sun (2015)
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Used Rarely. antic is in the lower 50% of commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Definition of antic from the Collins English Dictionary
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