Definition of Capered

1. Verb. (past of caper) ¹



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Definition of Capered

1. caper [v] - See also: caper

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Capered

capellini
capels
caper
caper-cutting
caper cutting
caper family
caper sauce
caper spurge
caper tree
caperberries
caperberry
capercaillie
capercaillies
capercailzie
capercailzies
capered (current term)
caperer
caperers
capering
caperingly
caperings
capers
capes
capeskin
capeskins
capeweed
capework
capeworks
capex
capful

Literary usage of Capered

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1. The Campaign of 1781 in the Carolinas: With Remarks, Historical and Critical by Henry Lee (1824)
"... than that involved in the assertion, of the legion dragoons charging over ground upon which Hampton and his party had capered in safety. ..."

2. The Downing Legends: Stories in Rhyme by John William De Forest (1901)
"The demons capered, great and small; The witches capered, old and young; And, smirking through his iron ... man capered over all. ii Immortal Downing! ..."

3. The Monthly Review by Charles William Wason (1842)
"These men merely capered for our amusement, but caught no birds, for such was, in fact, the adamantine smoothness of the surface that not even a winged ..."

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