On a Lark

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On a Lark : Phrases



Meaning:

To do something on a whim or just for fun.


Example:

On a lark we diverted our journey from Rome to Amsterdam.


Origin:

A
lark, in British slang, is a gag or a joke. The phrase on a lark is then something done as a joke.
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