to leap or skip about in a sprightly manner; prance; frisk; gambol.
a playful leap or skip.
a prank or trick; harebrained escapade.
a frivolous, carefree episode or activity.
Slang. a criminal or illegal act, as a burglary or robbery.
cut a caper. cut (def 84).
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a playful skip or leap
a high-spirited escapade
cut a caper, cut capers
to skip or jump playfully
to act or behave playfully; frolic
(slang) a crime, esp an organized robbery
(Austral, informal) a job or occupation
(Austral, informal) a person’s behaviour
(intransitive) to leap or dance about in a light-hearted manner
a spiny trailing Mediterranean capparidaceous shrub, Capparis spinosa, with edible flower buds
any of various similar plants or their edible parts See also bean caper, capers
A drunken spree; a carouse; binge (1870s+)
A prank; stunt (1840s+)
A crime, esp a robbery (1920s+ Underworld)
to leap or skip about in a sprightly manner; prance; frisk; gambol. a playful leap or skip. a prank or trick; harebrained escapade. a frivolous, carefree episode or activity. Slang. a criminal or illegal act, as a burglary or robbery. cut a caper. cut (def 84). Historical Examples The Memoirs of Count Carlo Gozzi; Volume […]
an ancient site in N Israel, on the Sea of Galilee: center of Jesus’ ministry in Galilee. noun a ruined town in N Israel, on the NW shore of the Sea of Galilee: closely associated with Jesus Christ during his ministry
Hugh or Fr. Hugues [yg] /üg/ (Show IPA), a.d. 938?–996, king of France 987–996. Historical Examples The Sword of Honor, volumes 1 & 2 Eugne Sue The Empress Josephine Louise Muhlbach Celebrated Claimants from Perkin Warbeck to Arthur Orton Anonymous When a Cobbler Ruled a King Augusta Huiell Seaman The Sword of Honor, volumes 1 […]
of or relating to the French dynasty that ruled France a.d. 987–1328 in the direct line, and in collateral branches, as the Valois and Bourbons, until 1848 (except 1795–1814). a member of this dynasty. Historical Examples A General Sketch of the European War Hilaire Belloc Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 17, Slice 1 Various Encyclopaedia […]