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playgame (plural playgames)
- (archaic) The play of children.
- 1693, [John Locke], “§76”, in Some Thoughts Concerning Education, London: […] A[wnsham] and J[ohn] Churchill, […], →OCLC:
- And it is that liberty alone, which gives the true relish and delight to their ordinary play-games.
- 1592, Philippe de Mornay, Mary Sidney, transl., A Discourse of Life and Death:
- Then fall they to cry, to weep, and to torment themselves, as little children that have lost their playgame.
- 1922, Lady Gregory, Wonder and the Supernatural:
- It is a part of their playgame. They have everything they ask.