What is another word for played?

252 synonyms found


[ plˈe͡ɪd], [ plˈe‍ɪd], [ p_l_ˈeɪ_d]

Synonyms for Played:

dramatized (verb) performed music (verb) Other synonyms:

Rhymes for Played:

  1. obeyed, dissuade, conveyed, invade, brigade, forbade, charade, brayed, home-made, stayed, weighed, flayed, repaid, crusade, prayed, tirade, mislaid, spade, strayed, upbraid, displayed, jade, paid, homemade, aid, spayed, serenade, delayed, grade, handmade, sauteed, bayed, portrayed, parade, buffeted, suede, lade, palisade, cade, decayed, maid, fade, braid, degrade, glade, promenade, surveyed, grayed, sprayed, brocade, unafraid, wade, laid, made, decade, unswayed, crocheted, staid, blade, upgrade, cascade, prepaid, trade, raid, ade, pervade, persuade, frayed, underplayed, unmade, unpaid, aide, shade, swayed, cliched, dismayed, evade;
  2. allayed, betrayed, arcade, abrade, afraid, arrayed, blockade;
  3. disobeyed, masquerade, lemonade, colonnade;

Quotes for Played:

  1. I came from Long Island, so I had a lot of experience at the stick. I played in junior high school, then I played in high school. The technical aspect of the game was my forte. I had all that experience, then I had strength and I was in good condition. Jim Brown.
  2. Many people have played themselves to death. Many people have eaten and drunk themselves to death. Nobody ever thought himself to death. Gilbert Highet.
  3. Whenever you trace the origin of a skill or practices which played a crucial role in the ascent of man, we usually reach the realm of play. Eric Hoffer.

Idioms of Played:

  1. played out;
  2. There's many a good tune played on an old fiddle;

Adjectives for Played:

  • 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.