interplay

[ noun in-ter-pley; verb in-ter-pley, in-ter-pley ]SEE DEFINITION OF interplay
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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR INTERPLAY

And the interplay of the two might, had Germany held aloof, have led to a compromise.

She was the one and he was the other, and there was an interplay of forces between them.

Who suffered most during this five minutes in hell, in this interplay of feelings?

Head and hands best co-operate in this interplay of services.

The play and interplay of force and matter we call "evolution."

There is nothing more important than the play and interplay of feeling.

I feel the interplay of tongue and larynx in my own case as shown in the plates.

Plot takes account of this interplay and sets forth its laws.

This interplay is especially the case between touch and sight.

It has furnished a concrete setting for the interplay of emotions and their effects.

WORD ORIGIN

1862, from inter- + play. "Reciprocal play," thus "free interaction."

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR INTERPLAY

engage

verbinterconnect; bring into operation
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