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Mischievous behaviour.‘and no monkey tricks!’
fun, amusement, amusing time, laugh, giggle, jokeView synonyms
- ‘Then all your friends will wonder what monkey tricks you have been up to!’
- ‘I felt often its mysterious stillness watching over me at my monkey tricks, just as it watches you fellows performing on your respective tight ropes.’
- ‘He is making too much noise by making monkey tricks.’
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