Definition of Interplays

1. Noun. (plural of interplay) ¹



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Definition of Interplays

1. interplay [v] - See also: interplay

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Interplays

interplanetary dust
interplanetary gas
interplanetary medium
interplanetary space
interplant
interplant distance
interplant distances
interplanted
interplanting
interplants
interplate
interplay
interplayed
interplayer
interplaying
interplays (current term)
interplea
interplead
interpleaded
interpleader
interpleaders
interpleading
interpleads
interpleas
interpled
interpledge
interpledged
interpledges
interpledging
interpleural space

Literary usage of Interplays

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1. Resource Politics in Sub-Saharan Africa by Matthias Basedau, Andreas Mehler (2005)
"At least complexity refers to dynamics and interplays, the nature of ... 3.1 Dynamics and interplays The study of resource politics must include all ..."

2. The Monist by Hegeler Institute (1915)
"By means of such interplays of conception— infinite limiting finite, transfinite limiting infinite—it becomes possible to create whole hierarchies of ..."

3. Psychotherapy by Hugo Münsterberg (1909)
"He cannot enter into those endless interplays of associations and memories, or inhibitions and sensations and impulses, he cannot examine from which remote ..."

4. Vermont Beautiful by Wallace Nutting (1922)
"The whole community physically and humanly blends, fits, and interplays. Of all retreats for the overwrought mind, of all satisfactory settings for human ..."

5. Poets of the Younger Generation by William Archer (1902)
"... a very individual mind—vividly perceptive, intensely sentient, and irrepressibly alert to recombine its perceptions in unexpected interplays of analogy. ..."

6. The Sermons of Henry Ward Beecher in Plymouth Church, Brooklyn by Henry Ward Beecher (1873)
"But in the ten thousand little interplays of life, men should be amiable, as far as possible, and should see things that are sweet and agreeable. ..."

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