antically
adverb see antic II

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • antic — I. noun Etymology: Italian antico ancient thing or person, from antico ancient, from Latin antiquus more at antique Date: 1529 1. an attention drawing often wildly playful or funny act or action ; caper < childish antics > 2. archaic …   New Collegiate Dictionary

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