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- Full of sport; playful
- 1915, Richard Le Gallienne, Vanishing Roads and Other Essays:
- Yet it was some time before Teddy would admit him into anything like what one might call intimacy, and premature attempts at gamesome familiarity were checked by the gathering thunder of a lazy growl that unmistakably bade the youngster keep his place.
- 2001 January 26, Erik Piepenburg, “Rosencratz and Guildenstern are Dead”, in Chicago Reader:
- Tom Stoppard secured his place on the theatrical map in 1967 with this wordy curiosity, a highly philosophical but stage-smart play crafted by a gamesome wordsmith enamored of the power of language.