caper, pipit, lark, prank, dangerous undertaking, venture, titlark, adventure, joke, meadowlark, risky venture.
" I have had him arrested and taken to Vincennes for his escapade,"
continued the King; " is he more guilty than I suspected, then?"
None of the other Passonians, amused by NellÃÂ¢Ã¢âÂ¬Ã¢âÂ¢ s wild escapade,
drew nearer, and Betty had ridden on to the hotel, refusing to betray the least interest in such a rude scene.
I had expected that he might kick or fling himself down on the ground, in order to get rid of his burden, but for this escapade
I was quite unprepared.