Definition of Interplay

1. Noun. Reciprocal action and reaction.

Generic synonyms: Interaction



Definition of Interplay

1. n. Mutual action or influence; interaction; as, the interplay of affection.

Definition of Interplay

1. Noun. interaction ¹

2. Verb. to interact ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Interplay

1. [v -PLAYED, -PLAYING, -PLAYS]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Interplay

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

Literary usage of Interplay

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1. Influences of Geographic Environment, on the Basis of Ratzel's System of by Ellen Churchill Semple (1911)
"interplay of geographic factors. mercé in the Baltic, but no longer hold the pre-eminence of the old Hanse Towns. The glory of the Venetian Adriatic is gone ..."

2. The Referendum in America: Together with Some Chapters on the Initiative and by Ellis Paxson Oberholtzer (1911)
"... The Referendum in America CHAPTER I THE interplay OF FRENCH AND AMERICAN THOUGHT IN THE EIGHTEENTH CENTURY THE leaven of political ..."

3. The Settlement horizon: A National Estimateby Kennedy, Albert Joseph, Robert Archey Woods by Kennedy, Albert Joseph, Robert Archey Woods (1922)
"interplay OF RELIGIOUS LOYALTIES Settlements founded and maintained by sectarian organizations generally select residents among fellow communicants. ..."

4. Auxiliary Education: The Training of Backward Children by Bruno Maennel (1909)
"It is in their interplay and reaction that delinquency seems to result. For this reason, the study has attempted to analyze the personalities and life ..."

5. The Philosophic Function of Value: A Study of Experience Showin G the by Nathan Blechman (1918)
"The Thought-Situation is the interplay of Value and Relation. The thought-situation is then the interplay of value and relation and this also is the ..."

6. Prevention of Mental Disorders, Alcohol and Other Drug Use in Children and edited by David Shaffer (1996)
"... state of the environment (Ei), but a complex interplay of child and environment over time. Figure 2 shows an example of such a transactional outcome. ..."

7. The Powers and Aims of Western Democracy by William Milligan Sloane (1919)
"ALL LIFE THE interplay BETWEEN DIVERGENCIES—THE CONDITION OF STABILITY IN PEACE THAT EACH PEOPLE SHOULD HAVE COMFORTABLE INSTITUTIONS—ONE TYPE OF ..."

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