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    what is meaning of lark

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    A lark,in the park,after dark.Been there,done that!

    I believe lark was commonly used in reference to something done in fun, or for enjoyment. I would tend to believe the word has fallen out of common usage over the last 30-40 years, as you just never hear it.

     The Free Dictionary by Farlex:


    lark2 Informal
    n
    1. a carefree adventure or frolic
    2. a harmless piece of mischief
    what a lark! how amusing!
    vb (intr)
    1. (often foll by about) to have a good time by frolicking
    2. to play a prank
    [originally slang, perhaps related to laik]

    Don`t forget it is also a wee birdie.


    Never did knock back a "lark in the park"



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