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Lettris is a curious tetris-clone game where all the bricks have the same square shape but different content. Each square carries a letter. To make squares disappear and save space for other squares you have to assemble English words (left, right, up, down) from the falling squares.
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1.acting like a clown or buffoon
2.a ludicrous or grotesque act done for fun and amusement
1.dress up showily"He pranked himself out in his best clothes"
2.dress or decorate showily or gaudily"Roses were pranking the lawn"
PrankPrank (?), v. t. [imp. & p. p. Pranked (?); p. pr. & vb. n. Pranking.] [Cf. E. prink, also G. prangen, prunken, to shine, to make a show, Dan. prange, prunke, Sw. prunka, D. pronken.] To adorn in a showy manner; to dress or equip ostentatiously; -- often followed by up; as, to prank up the body. See Prink.
In sumptuous tire she joyed herself to prank. Spenser.
PrankPrank, v. i. To make ostentatious show.
White houses prank where once were huts. M. Arnold.
PrankPrank, n. A gay or sportive action; a ludicrous, merry, or mischievous trick; a caper; a frolic. Spenser.
The harpies . . . played their accustomed pranks. Sir W. Raleigh.
His pranks have been too broad to bear with. Shak.
PrankPrank, a. Full of gambols or tricks. [Obs.]
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(sin), (guilty; culpable)[Thème]
arse around, fool, fool around, frolic about, horse about, horse around, lark about, lark around, romp about, romp around - crazy - crazy, half-baked, screwball, softheaded - lunatic, moonstruck - buffoonery, clowning, frivolity, harlequinade, japery, prank - antic, caper, go, joke, practical joke, prank, put-on, trick - clowning, comedy, drollery, funniness - buffoon, clown, goof, goofball, merry andrew - frivolity, frivolousness - frivolously - earnestness, serious-mindedness, seriousness, sincerity[Dérivé]
action de (ou fait d'être) (fr)[Classe...]
habileté d'esprit (fr)[Classe]
plaisir de la fête (fr)[Classe]
play, recreate - amuse, beguile, disport, distract, divert, entertain, take s.o.'s mind off things, tickle - recreational - buffoonery, clowning, frivolity, harlequinade, japery, prank - antic, caper, go, joke, practical joke, prank, put-on, trick - clowning, comedy, drollery, funniness - buffoon, clown, goof, goofball, merry andrew - jest, joke - jest, jocularity, joke - crack, gag, jape, jest, joke, laugh, pleasantry - bamboozle, beguile, beguile into, bilk, bilk out of, cheat, cheat out of, con, deceive, delude, double-cross, dupe, flim-flam, fob, fool, fox, have, hoodwink, lead astray, lead up the garden path, misguide, mislead, outmaneuver, outmanoeuvre, outsmart, outwit, play a hoax on, play a joke on, play a prank on, play a trick / tricks on, play a trick on, play tricks, pull a fast one on, put on the wrong track, rip off, swindle, swindle out of, take, take for a ride, take in, trick, trick into, trick out of - hoax, play a joke on, pull someone's leg[Dérivé]
méchanceté (acte) (fr)[Classe]
dress down, underdress[Ant.]
alter, change, modify[Hyper.]
beautification - decoration - adornment - embellishment, ornamentation - adornment, decoration, embellishment, ornament, ornamentation - decor, décor, interior decoration - beauty, loveliness - grace, gracefulness, gracility - decorator, ornamentalist - cosmetic, decorative, fancy, ornamental[Dérivé]