Definition of Byplays

1. Noun. (plural of byplay) ¹



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Definition of Byplays

1. byplay [n] - See also: byplay

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Byplays

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bypath
bypaths
byplace
byplaces
byplay
byplays (current term)
byproduct
byproducts
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byre
byreman
byremen
byres
byrl
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byrlakin
byrlaw
byrlaws
byrled
byrling

Literary usage of Byplays

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1. The Victrola Book of the Opera: Stories of the Operas with Illustrations by Samuel Holland Rous, Victor Talking Machine Company (1921)
"The coat affords one of the byplays of comedy throughout the opera. No matter how destitute the four inseparables may be, Colline refuses to raise money on ..."

2. Goldoni and the Venice of His Time by Joseph Spencer Kennard (1920)
"which affords opportunity for traditional byplays. It is impossible, in translation, to give the liveliness and fun animating both the scenes of preparation ..."

3. The Popular Theatre by George Jean Nathan (1918)
"... to the elaborate emphasizing of points and hocus-pocus of " dressing " the stage and crossings and sittings and emotional byplays and battles for the ..."

4. A Realistic Universe: An Introduction to Metaphysics by John Elof Boodin (1916)
"It is a mistake to suppose that our ideals are mere coruscations or halos, byplays to the going on of energy. They are energies, tendencies, aware of their ..."

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