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noun as in recreation

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All dogs have unique personalities and preferences for how they like to spend their playtime.

Toniebox bills up to 7 hours of playtime, but we got an orange LED light—signaling low battery power—a few hours in.

It also comes with repair patches in case of any accidents during playtime.

Lasers are also great because they can move all around a room and up on furniture, so your cat gets the exercise and playtime she requires.

Even games with playtimes or styles that aren’t conducive to playing while out and about have a suspend function that lets you pause the game longer-term and resume it later.

Like many of us, he tormented his blessedly understanding parents with his playtime career choice as architect.

These are just playtime politics, luxuries for the leisure class.

But have you heard about the actual 60 minutes of nitty-gritty playtime?

Judy did not pass a very enjoyable playtime with Punch, who was consumed with indignation.

In our playtime also the sexes were not separated; the girls came as friends to my house, and I visited them at theirs.

Then I thought of the leaping call to duty which, in the coming day, would startle them in the midst of their playtime.

For two days I have taken away their scanty playtime from the boys in punishment of their fighting Sunday night.

Excited groups dot the school-yard and cottage-grounds every recess and playtime, and cries of "No inchin's!"


On this page you'll find 10 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to playtime, such as: amusement, holiday, leisure, pleasure, recess, and vacation.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.