Their escapades, by turns sexual, violent, and threatening, can make for uncomfortable viewing.
The alleged nighttime escapades of the Secret Service agents in Colombia are more than just an embarrassment.
But there are signs that the public is growing tired of these escapades.
Sexual predators are known to take trophies, such as underwear, from their escapades so they can relive their crimes.
I knew Aubrey Yeldham well, had shared many of his escapades, and winked apprehensively at others.
What would her mother say to this latest of her escapades; and Mollie and Betty?
Change and the beloved Lorna will soon bring back your roses, and it will be amusing to hear of your escapades when you return.
Every now and then your escapades enliven the Paris Sunday supplements.
But both these cronies of mine were men devoid of guile, and in their most reckless of escapades innocent of mischievous harm.
Presently he was back at the Cape again and at his escapades once more.
1650s, "an escape from confinement," from French escapade (16c.) "a prank or trick," from Spanish escapada "a prank, flight, an escape," noun use of fem. past participle of escapar "to escape," from Vulgar Latin *excappare (see escape). Or perhaps the French word is via Italian scappata, from scappare, from the same Vulgar Latin source. Figurative sense (1814) is of "breaking loose" from rules or restraints on behavior.