Definition of Prankings

1. pranking [n] - See also: pranking



Lexicographical Neighbors of Prankings

prangos
prangs
pranic
prank
prank call
prank calls
pranked
prankee
prankees
pranker
prankers
prankful
prankier
prankiest
pranking
prankings (current term)
prankish
prankishly
prankishness
prankishnesses
prankle
prankled
prankles
prankling
pranks
pranksome
pranksomeness
prankster
pranksterish
pranksters

Literary usage of Prankings

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. On the We-a Trail: a story of the great wilderness by Caroline Brown, Decorative Designers, Macmillan Company, Norwood Press (1903)
"He had not a drop of that Gallic blood which flitted like mercury through the veins of the villager, and led him into prankings with the abandon of ..."

2. A Dictionary of the Bible: Dealing with Its Language, Literature, and by Samuel Rolles Driver, James Hastings, John Alexander Selbie (1908)
"The latest use of a. as a subst. is in H. More's Seven Ch. (1669) : ' Her prankings and ..."

3. The Joys of Being a Woman: And Other Papers by Winifred Margaretta Kirkland (1918)
"How far have these successive wrappings around and prankings out of diverse colors and tissues that are to my fellow passengers labels of my lone pilgrim ..."

4. The Lost Beauties of the English Language: An Appeal to Authors, Poets by Charles Mackay (1874)
"God bless thy snowy pow. Burns. Frank, to dress in the fashion, to adorn. Some prank their ruffs, and other trimly dight, Their gay attire. prankings and ..."

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