They rode too hard, they were too much in earnest, to take the time for byplay.
Miss Leonora sat rather grimly looking on at all this byplay.
He found time also, when the press of the season was over, for some byplay as a reviewer.
Some byplay among the gypsies supplies the humor of the situations.
Husband and wife "took turns" from the single cup; there was gayety and byplay.
Child's play—and byplay; yet not, perhaps, utterly irrelevant.
For what is known is the other sort of reality, which is the byplay of the mind.
This byplay between Ochiltree and the officer did not serve to make Harper any more easy in his mind.
A 'byplay' bearing the same name follows an elegy upon the death of an only son.
So, there, by one byplay of the mind or another, it survived in changing raiment.