acting like a clown or buffoon
a ludicrous or grotesque act done for fun and amusement
dress or decorate showily or gaudily;
"Roses were pranking the lawn"
dress up showily;
"He pranked himself out in his best clothes"
- Later on, we found out that it was one of our friends playing a prank on us.
- Can you imagine Sir Alex Ferguson attempting a disruptive prank like this?
- He was the goat of their vicious prank.
- My older sister put me up to making a prank telephone call.
- online prank 【电脑】网路恶作剧...
Still a boy at heart in his sense of fun and enjoyment of family pranks.出自： K. M. E. Murray
Amid great trees..pranked with blue and russet wings.出自： E. Blunden
Laurie Lee's book..is pranked out with countless small pleasures of light and colour.出自：Times
He may..prank with the young 'uns while the crops go to naught.出自：Virginia Quarterly Review
He laughed, just to let everybody know he was pranking.出自： H. Hornsby