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caper (s) (noun), capers (pl)
1. A playful leap or skip.
2. A prank or trick; a harebrained escapade.
3. A frivolous, carefree episode or activity.
4. Slang: a criminal or illegal act; such as, a burglary or robbery.
5. A spiny shrub, Capparis spinosa, of Mediterranean regions, having roundish leaves and solitary white flowers.

Its flower bud is pickled and used for garnish or seasoning; and as a pungent relish in various dishes and sauces.

caper (verb), capers; capered; capering
To leap or to skip around in a sprightly manner; to prance; to frisk; to gambol.
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