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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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They were hitting each other playfully with the red riding crops.
The penguins float about playfully in the Sea of Tranquility.
I watched two men running into the foamy surf on the beach, playfully splashing one another.
OUT WITH THE NEW: Simon hits town with Terri; OH DEAR: Simon playfully pinches Sinitta's nose
The story opens with Leonard Moore enjoying the company of his sons, Amir and Myles, whom he has playfully pitted against one another since their childhood.
But the funnyman swore playfully at a photographer as he stepped into the Palace courtyard to parade his medal afterwards.
The picture is as playfully ironic as it is action-packed, which is why you can imagine it flowering to life from the collective unconscious of the audience that loves FanTasia.
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In the first section, Ginsberg reads Dante's authorial self-proclamation in the Purgatory in light of Ovid's playfully self-referential allusions as a way of understanding how Chaucer translates both authors in the "Prologue to the Manciple's Tale.
Distracted by his reflection, he assumes a narcissistic posture and smiles at his robust image, his own character now being playfully tested by the water.
Local children in Vermont and New Hampshire created many of the playfully rhyming entries in Valley Quest: 89 Treasure Hunts in the Upper Valley (Vital Communities, $12.