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  1. lark
    IPA[lärk]
  2. noun

    verb

    • 1. enjoy oneself by behaving in a playful and mischievous way:

      he jumped the fence to go larking the rest of the day
  3. Variation

    • n.: noun: lark, plural noun: larks

    • v.: verb: lark, 3rd person present: larks, gerund or present participle: larking, past tense: larked, past participle: larked

    • noun

      a small ground-dwelling songbird, typically with brown streaky plumage, a crest, and elongated hind claws, and with a song that is delivered in flight.

      used in names of birds of other families similar to the lark, e.g., the meadowlark.

    • noun

      something done for fun, especially something mischievous or daring; an amusing adventure or escapade:

      an activity regarded as foolish or a waste of time:

    • verb

      enjoy oneself by behaving in a playful and mischievous way:
    • noun

      a small ground-dwelling songbird with elongated hind claws and a song that is delivered on the wing, typically crested and with brown streaky plumage.

      used in names of birds of other families that are similar to the lark, e.g. meadowlark.

    • noun

      a widespread lark of open country, especially the Arctic and mountains, the male having a black and white head pattern and two small black hornlike crests.
    • noun

      a common ground-dwelling Australian songbird with black-and-white plumage, long legs, and a loud piping call.
    • noun

      a widespread lark of open country, especially the Arctic and mountains, the male having a black and white head pattern and two small black hornlike crests; a shorelark.
    • get out of bed very early in the morning
    • get up early in the morning
    • get up early in the morning
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