played[ pley ]SEE DEFINITION OF played
Synonyms for played
- amuse oneself
- be life of party
- carry on
- cut capers
- cut up
- entertain oneself
- fool around
- go on a spree
- horse around
- idle away
- kick up heels
- let go
- let loose
- let one's hair down
- make merry
- mess around
- show off
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR PLAYED
When he "played" with Baby Akemit thereafter, the pretence was not all with the child.
Just take a few letters and see the way this game is played.
But he has played so many of these jokes that they begin to lose their effect.
George had often played with his own friends, but never before with total strangers.
For he had been painfully conscious now and then that he played but second fiddle.
If she were skillful and played things right, who could tell?
The lame girl who played the violin limped down the corridor into the ward.
They talked of books, of music—Christine played well in a dashing way.
So she wore the sacrificial air of a young nun and played "The Holy City."
I played as heartily as I worked, but I studied with a will, too, and passed a score of mates.