Definition of Playboys

1. Noun. (plural of Playboy) ¹



2. Noun. (plural of playboy) ¹

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Definition of Playboys

1. playboy [n] - See also: playboy

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Playboys

playathon
playathons
playback
playback singer
playbacks
playbill
playbills
playblast
playblasts
playboard
playboards
playbooks
playbox
playboys
playbus
playbuses
playdate
playdates
playday
playdays
playdough
playdoughs
playdown
playdowns
playe
played
played Cupid
played Nostradamus

Literary usage of Playboys

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

1. Snake Walkers by J. Everett Prewitt (2005)
"Somehow, he should have been able to handle the incident at Playboys better instead of running from Roach and having his uncle save him. ..."

2. The Play Way: An Essay in Educational Method by Henry Caldwell Cook (1917)
"For, strange to relate, the playboys are permitted to have a say in the conduct of a lesson which ... The playboys have grasped the first rules of the game. ..."

3. Naked Cities by Mute (2006)
"Later he says, 'the playboys (ie middle class) watch the slums on TV and think it's better to live where they [the playboys] are. They only come here to buy ..."

4. Unicorns by James Huneker (1917)
"Not Playboys of the Western World, but martyrs to their unhappy temperaments. The Dublin of Mr. Joyce shows another variation of this always interesting ..."

5. Thus to Revisit: Some Reminiscences by Ford Madox Ford (1921)
"We and we only are the Playboys of the Western World. We and we only shall be heard" . . . They came very near it. I remember well a walk I took once with ..."

6. Snake Walkers by J. Everett Prewitt (2005)
"Somehow, he should have been able to handle the incident at Playboys better instead of running from Roach and having his uncle save him. ..."

7. The Play Way: An Essay in Educational Method by Henry Caldwell Cook (1917)
"For, strange to relate, the playboys are permitted to have a say in the conduct of a lesson which ... The playboys have grasped the first rules of the game. ..."

8. Naked Cities by Mute (2006)
"Later he says, 'the playboys (ie middle class) watch the slums on TV and think it's better to live where they [the playboys] are. They only come here to buy ..."

9. Unicorns by James Huneker (1917)
"Not Playboys of the Western World, but martyrs to their unhappy temperaments. The Dublin of Mr. Joyce shows another variation of this always interesting ..."

10. Thus to Revisit: Some Reminiscences by Ford Madox Ford (1921)
"We and we only are the Playboys of the Western World. We and we only shall be heard" . . . They came very near it. I remember well a walk I took once with ..."

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