Definition of Playgoings

1. playgoing [n] - See also: playgoing



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Playgoings

playfought
playfriend
playfriends
playful
playfull
playfuller
playfully
playfulness
playfulnesses
playgame
playgirl
playgirls
playgoer
playgoers
playgoing
playgoings (current term)
playground
playground ball
playground taunt
playground taunts
playgrounds
playgroup
playgroups
playhouse
playhouses
playin'
playing
playing Cupid
playing Nostradamus
playing apparatus

Literary usage of Playgoings

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Three Plays for Puritans by Bernard Shaw (1906)
"... difference between the official weekly or fortnightly playgoings of the theatre critic and the restless daily rushing to and fro of the music critic, ..."

2. In the Heel of Italy: A Study of an Unknown City by Martin Shaw Briggs (1911)
"... who takes his wine in a tavern; and every man eats his meals at home; for midnight orgies, gross games, and constant playgoings are the ruin of a home. ..."

3. Men, Women, and Books: A Selection of Sketches, Essays, and Critical Memoirs by Leigh Hunt (1847)
"... in spite of all his playgoings and his courtliness ; second, what multitudes of " respectable" men might write just such a diary if they had but one ..."

4. Three Plays for Puritans by Bernard Shaw (1906)
"... difference between the official weekly or fortnightly playgoings of the theatre critic and the restless daily rushing to and fro of the music critic, ..."

5. In the Heel of Italy: A Study of an Unknown City by Martin Shaw Briggs (1911)
"... who takes his wine in a tavern; and every man eats his meals at home; for midnight orgies, gross games, and constant playgoings are the ruin of a home. ..."

6. Men, Women, and Books: A Selection of Sketches, Essays, and Critical Memoirs by Leigh Hunt (1847)
"... in spite of all his playgoings and his courtliness ; second, what multitudes of " respectable" men might write just such a diary if they had but one ..."

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