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  • n. Plural form of escapade.


Sorry, no etymologies found.


  • Joining Reinya on her escapades is her trusty assistant, the mouse Chūtarō (Okano).

    Anime Preview: Winter 2009/2010 « Undercover

  • I don't even live in Portland, but watching Scam's manic escapades is horribly fascinating.

    Before the bust (Jack Bog's Blog)

  • All that evening he was haunted by recollections of his love for Clotilde; he recalled their escapades, her kindness.

    Bel Ami

  • Then a smile dotted his face as he recalled the escapades they had had together, the nick-of-time victories, the grand treasures.

    Flint the King

  • My escapades were the fault of my father, who brought me up to play the clown, to assist him in his juggling, to eat flax and spit fire; that was the cause that I had not the time to associate with the sons of peers of France, and that I made bad acquaintances.

    Mysteries of Paris, V3

  • His escapades are the stuff of legend in the areas he controls and in popular "narcocorrido" songs that glorify drug traffickers.


  • A key to his escapades was his ability to hack into corporate computer systems, including those of major Internet Service Providers, and steal customer information.

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  • And Clinton did a good job taking the heat off the NeoCons with his meaningless escapades which is what the corporate special interest put him in office for.

    Think Progress » New ABC Docudrama Blames Clinton For 9/11, Praises Bush

  • Nothing like reading about summer "escapades" during the summer.

    Summer Plans...

  • He was reacting to a report in Die Burger that South African diplomats had been embarrassed by his "escapades" during an official trip to Britain, Italy and Germany.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

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