- In fact, he sometimes smiles mischievously when remembering escapades from his wild years.
- Her escapades and experiences show just how like animals we humans really are.
- It is often hard for children to believe their uncles and aunts and grandparents were young and in love and involved in exciting escapades.
Mid 17th century (in the sense 'an escape'): from French, from Provençal or Spanish, from escapar 'to escape', based on medieval Latin ex- 'out of' + cappa 'cloak'. Compare with escape.
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