player[ pley-er ]SEE DEFINITION OF player
Synonyms for player
- team player
Antonyms for player
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR PLAYER
The poet, the player, and all but the dancing-master and doctor, went on this errand.
It is not for the player, himself, to become a piece upon the board.
I marvel at the invention of the composer and the skill of the player, but there I cease.
"I've often thought you might have been a player," said she contemptuously.
The player—who may be left on the ground long after all games have been played out.
Then the eyes would be lowered and the player would go on with the game.
"That's a wee bit better," was the player's verdict at the finish.
I forgot, Roland, that I was the looker-on, and not the player of the game.
Before the day began to dawn, every player, save the Duke, had ceased to bet.
The one who does this is subject to being caught like any other player.
Old English plegere, agent noun from play (v.). Stage sense is from mid-15c. As a pimp's word for himself (also playa), attested from 1974. Player-piano attested from 1901.