Definition of antic in English:
Grotesque or bizarre.
- Their sparse details and antic distortions are surreal yet recognizable enough to hit the target, whether it's a powerful politician or a basic human type.
- Not many creators would dare to juxtapose the kind of heady subject matter this show tosses at the wall with totally antic physical comedy.
- The director moved her sometimes space-challenged charges skillfully, eliciting overall an antic tone that brought a kind of unity to the often frenzied goings-on.
Early 16th century: from Italian antico 'antique', used to mean 'grotesque'.
Words that rhyme with anticAtlantic, corybantic, frantic, geomantic, gigantic, mantic, necromantic, pedantic, romantic, semantic, sycophantic, transatlantic
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