Noun(1) any of numerous plants of the genus Capparis(2) pickled flower buds used as a pungent relish in various dishes and sauces(3) a crime (especially a robbery(4) a playful leap or hop(5) gay or light-hearted recreational activity for diversion or amusement(6) a ludicrous or grotesque act done for fun and amusement
Verb(1) jump about playfully
(1) No matter how hard you search major American media databases of the last couple of years for mention of the spy caper , you'll come up nearly empty.(2) The election board and the local Council, with their haphazard and non-accountability attitude, should have stopped this caper when it was first seen years ago.(3) The artistry of the conman is given an enticing makeover by Sir Ridley Scott in Matchstick Men, an ingenious little crime caper which functions on many levels.(4) she did a little caper or dance(5) There is a mastery at work that elevates it from yet another crime caper to something almost operatic in scope.(6) I'm too old for this kind of caper(7) The 1947 film noir detective story, now available on DVD, has a lot more potential for interpretation than your average caper , and a look that stands the test of time.(8) This is the task facing Steven Soderbergh and co, as they bring you the sequel to their crime caper , Ocean's 12.(9) The script is a simple caper of thwarting the protagonist's attempts to complete a simple task.(10) Now he may face the full 10 years, plus punishment for the grave-robbing caper .(11) The 90 minute opener is a caper involving a thoroughbred racehorse, a bunch of knock-off porn videos (also featuring animals), a Greek kebab shop owner and, naturally, wads of cash.(12) Sidney Lumet's Family Business wants to have its cake and eat it too - is it a crime caper , a genial comedy, or a relational drama?(13) The New York Times report cleverly tries to insinuate that the caper involved currency speculation, but the truth is more interesting.(14) So even a film about the best-known caper of the past decade doesn't take the subject head-on.(15) Frankie did a little caper around the back of the van, on all fours like a demented monkey.(16) Rupert leaps into the crowd, has a caper around the room and still manages not to miss a beat.
1. dance ::
2. stunt ::
3. joke ::
4. frolic ::
5. capriole ::
6. job ::
7. skip ::
Different Formscaper, capered, capering, capers
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