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Play

Informal for an investment or investment decision, especially one that becomes profitable.

play

1. An investment.
2. See direct play.
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Again he strove for playfulness of speech, but it was too great a moment for even love fractiousness to enter in.
The playfulness of Lady Lundie, being essentially heavy, followed the same rule.
I am playful; playfulness is a part of my amiable character.
Only his playfulness, gen'lm'n,' said the head hostler encouragingly; 'jist kitch hold on him, Villiam.
Now whether the tall horse, in the natural playfulness of his disposition, was desirous of having a little innocent recreation with Mr.
Maggie," said Philip, with surprise, "it is not like you to take playfulness literally.
My wonderful maker, with great purpose, filled my favorite darling with many characteristics that are of value: extraordinary skill, playfulness, expressiveness; early morning droplets of water from the evenings moisture, collected in May and believed to have special healing properties that men might chew on slowly.
com)-- Sarah Wallner, celebrity stylist and Musotica's CEO, has gathered some sexy new Halloween costumes to celebrate the whimsy and playfulness of childhood with cartoon inspired outfits.
Former Royds Hall student Uriah Gabriel, 20, will use the playfulness of art to connect with young pupils at a school in Jinja when he volunteers there this month.
Writing about the massive symptoms of poisonousness of students from Gostivar, Katerina Neskova wonders in Dnevnik whether it is a matter of teenage playfulness for missing classes or, whether it is a "dangerous" political game.
In an effort to continue learning from its fan base, at each playful burst along the way GoGo squeeZ will be surveying families to learn how they incorporate playfulness into their daily lives.
Einstein's playfulness Dear Sir, Gulf Times The article, "New insights into Einstein's brain" (, October 14) quoted a neuroscientist as cautioning that there is much more to genius than either cerebral brawn or ceaseless exercise of the grey matter.