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Pronunciation:

[plˈe͡ɪ], [plˈe‍ɪ], [p_l_ˈeɪ]
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Synonyms for Play:

amusement (noun) dramatize (verb) perform music (verb) Other synonyms and related words:

Rhymes for Play:

  1. way, spray, trey, frey, grey, prey, yea, jay, ley, fey, flay, weigh, ne, de, bay, gray, say, sleigh, fray, cay, ney, pray, hay, clay, fay, bray, fe, se, wei, re, hey, paye, lay, stray, k, nay, whey, mei, slay, sway, pei, tray, j, lei, day, pay, neigh, ca, wy, stay, dray, may, ray, ay, shay;
  2. halfway, crochet, monet, away, dismay, okay, essay, replay, bouquet, cache, delay, array, ga, fillet, obey, moray, ballet, decay, cliche, filet, parquet, convey, millay, toupee, ha, today, belay, bombay, betray, passe, display, defray, beret, repay, astray, sorbet, cafe, hooray, portray, buffet, valet, puree, allay, risque, survey, da, manet, purvey, croquet, saute;
  3. dak, attache, cabaret, disarray, ira, disobey, piaget, overstay, faberge, underway, underplay, cabernet, fiance, overplay;
  4. communique, cabriolet, naivete;

Quotes for Play:

  1. After I left Texas and went to California, I had a hard time getting anyone to play anything that I was writing, so I had to end up playing them myself. And that's how I ended up just being a saxophone player. Ornette Coleman.
  2. I would love to play the villain, but again, it sort of what happens in this industry. Joe Morton.
  3. I just wanted to play tennis. I started because I wanted to pick up another sport and then as I was slowly getting better I wanted to see how far I can go but I always wanted to be myself. I wanted to be original. I didn't want to copy anybody's style. Jana Novotna.

Idioms of Play:

  1. play the race card;
  2. while the cat's away, the mice will play
  3. play second fiddle;

Adjectives for Play:

  • often entangled and obscure,
  • often entangled,
  • whole good,
  • thy whole,
  • less famous,
  • obscure,
  • still warm and vital,
  • french oldest,
  • farcical fantastic,
  • little fairer,
  • french pastoral,
  • fair and foul,
  • national irish,
  • little one-act,
  • regular french,
  • old moral,
  • full fair,
  • best short,
  • next new,
  • such fair,
  • still warm,
  • many more,
  • vital,
  • fair,
  • bare historical,
  • such free,
  • admirably compact and coherent,
  • admirably compact,
  • coherent.
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