Definition of Escapades

1. Noun. (plural of escapade) ¹



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Definition of Escapades

1. escapade [n] - See also: escapade

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Escapades

escallops
escalop
escalope
escalope de veau Orloff
escaloped
escalopes
escaloping
escalops
escambio
escambios
escamoterie
escap't
escapability
escapable
escapade
escapades (current term)
escapado
escape
escape-capture bigeminy
escape artist
escape artists
escape beat
escape character
escape characters
escape clause
escape cock
escape conditioning
escape contraction
escape expert
escape from

Literary usage of Escapades

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1. Charles James Fox: A Political Study by John Lawrence Hammond (1903)
"Fox's escapades must fill many pages in any survey of the follies and the dissolute manners of those days. It is a subject no true admirer of Fox would wish ..."

2. "Polly Peachum": Being the Story of Lavinia Fenton (duchess of Bolton) and by Charles E. Pearce (1913)
"She is credited with no adventures, no escapades, no scandalous intrigues. One may venture to assert that she fulfilled her engagement at the theatre with ..."

3. Wanderings in South America, the North-west of the United States, and the by Charles Waterton (1879)
"—Religious faith of the family.—Persecutions of Roman Catholics and confiscation of the estates.—Double taxes and fines.— Birth and early life.—escapades ..."

4. The goede vrouw of Mana-ha-ta at home and in society, 1609-1760 by John King Van Rensselaer (1898)
"XIII The Pirate and His escapades Governor Bellomont and " My Lady "—Captain Kidd—Money Pond on ... escapades ..."

5. An Englishman in Paris: (notes and Recollections). by Albert Dresden Vandam (1892)
"... latter—A mot of au Imperialist—How the boys were brought up — Their nocturnal rambles later on—The King himself does not seem to mind those escapades, ..."

6. The Works of Charles Paul de Kock, with a General Introduction by Jules Claretie by Paul de Kock (1904)
"CHAPTER IV CHOU-CHOU'S escapades. A SERIOUS RESOLUTION DURING the next few weeks Frederic continued to frequent the gatherings which took place every ..."

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