playing[ pley ]SEE DEFINITION OF playing
Synonyms for playing
- 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 PLAYING
In these solitary tours he was busy and happy, working and playing.
She thought merely that Sidney was playing a game like her own, with different weapons.
Kitty paused in the hall, playing with the roses in a bowl upon the table.
It's such fun, just like playing house, to be by ourselves and independent of all the world.
That's why it will be worth while playing the field to beat him.
Your men were playing a funny game—hare and hounds, it looked like.
A child could have seen that I wasn't just playing the fool.
"Yes, of course; the one playing with the priest," I answered, quickly.
In less than three minutes, I am certain, we were playing on the enemy with the fresh gun.
We were much provoked at the insult of playing the Rogue's March.
RELATED WORDS AND SYNONYMS FOR PLAYING
- play acting
- showing off