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Antic Definition in Context from 601 Words

Antic definition in real context with illustrations and in short passages from the book, 601 Words You Need to Know to Pass Your Exam. Learn vocabulary in context with the word, antic, with synonyms and antonyms.

/ˈantɪk/ (adj & noun)

Antic definition

Adjective: bizarre, grotesque, weird, strange, eccentric

Noun: adventure, jaunt, prank, exploit, caper


It seems whenever you turn on any news program there’s a frightening story about today’s youth: violence, vandalism, risky behavior or antics and outright refusal to follow parental or societal rules. The fact is there have always been a certain number of people – youth and adults – who engage in criminal behavior, since the beginning of time. In our world of technology, we hear and see it more. A teenager committing a delinquent act or antics today is likely to end up on YouTube. But what about the parents who hear the stories and think, “That could be my kid” or “Will that be my kid in a few years”

Source of example:


ordinary, customary

Parts of speech

Noun: antics

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