PRANK, verb transitive To adorn in a showy manner; to dress or adjust to ostentation.
In sumptuous tire she joyed herself to prank
It is often followed by up.
--And me, poor lowly maid,
Most goddess-like prankt up.
PRANK, noun Properly, a sudden start or sally. [See Prance.] Hence, a wild flight; a capering; a gambol.
1. A capricious action; a ludicrous or merry trick, or a mischievous act, rather for sport than injury. Children often play their pranks on each other.
--In came the harpies and played their accustomed pranks.
PRANK, adjective Frolicksome; full of gambols or tricks.