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1‘they get up to all kinds of high jinks on their trips away’
antics, pranks, larks, escapades, stunts, practical jokes, tricks, romps, frolics
fun, fun and games, skylarking, mischief, horseplay, silliness, foolish behaviour, tomfoolery, foolery, clowning, buffoonery
informal shenanigans, capers
British informal monkey tricks, monkey business
North American informal didoes
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