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To Lark About : Phrases


To play around; to frolic; to go on a spree.


Having plenty of time on his hands, Gregg took time to lark about the area, exploring the nearby wildlife habitat.


This expression comes from the Middle English laik (to play) and the Old English lac (a contest). To Skylark is a modern extension.

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