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Spell Check of play

Correct spelling: play

Definition of play:

  1. Any exercise or series of actions intended for pleasure or diversion, as billiards, cricket, & c.; amusement; game; practice in any contest; action; a dramatic composition; dramatic performance; performance on a musical instrument; motion; room for motion; liberty of action; scope.
  2. To put in action or motion; to use an instrument of music; to act; to perform in character or in a contest. To play off, to display. To play upon, to deceive.
  3. To do something, not as a task or for profit, but as amusement; to sport; to frolic; to toy; to trifle; to contend in a game; to perform on a musical instrument; to act; to act a part on the stage.

Common misspellings for play:

playy, pulia, pleal, pawfully, papeal, people, ppal, ppeal, plahu, play, plack, pauhala, poay, playia, playdough, pevel.


Google Ngram Viewer results for play:

This graph shows how "play" have occurred between 1800 and 2008 in a corpus of English books.

Quotes for play:

  1. I was trained to be an actor, not a star. I was trained to play roles, not to deal with fame and agents and lawyers and the press.
  2. I would rather play Hamlet with no rehearsal than TV golf.
  3. In the past, I have not been able to hear myself. I play with feeling so I need to hear what is coming out of the amplifier to inspire me; I don't just play mechanically.
  4. I did a play called Throne of Straw when I was 11, at the Odyssey Theatre in Los Angeles. It became really clear to me at that point that I enjoyed acting more than any other experience I was having.
  5. I play music a lot but on my own mostly, so it was nice to be around other people. There was a certain sense a relief in the physical act of just playing and being with other musicians.

Rhymes for play:

  1. say, slay, ne, haye, tay, jay, shay, bray, ley, bay, se, blay, re, shea, drey, neigh, day, ca, hay, cay, fray, wray, spray, stay, gway, bey, way, kay, ney, dray, lait, che, gray, sze, sway, ray, fey, jaye, graye, ay, quai, rey, pay, wey, trey, whey, fay, yea, prey, lei, kaye, gaye, raye, pei, tae, hey, mei, khe, j, faye, waye, vey, yay, may, de, brae, tray, paye, saye, lay, clay, they, ae, dae, stray, dey, hwe, k, maye, sleigh, sta, rae, weigh, daye, wei, mey, flay, nej, fe, wy, grey, cray, frey, nay, klay, quay, pray, brey, jae, mae;
  2. cliche, survey, renee, fillet, passe, convey, mackay, okay, prepay, beauvais, dismay, decay, puree, asay, today, ha, beret, oj, obey, levey, crochet, mcveigh, orsay, buffet, replay, valet, saute, gervais, ek, hervey, millay, risque, ole, purvey, essay, portray, manet, allay, dossier, o'shea, filet, cache, jose, parquet, display, hurray, belay, souffle, rene, monet, repay, cafe, nisei, sorbet, delay, astray, toupee, olay, away, mckay, bombay, betray, croquet, macrae, hooray, b-j, halfway, ballet, delray, mccrea, calais, sergei, carre, cathay, ga, moray, dk, array, da, bouquet, abbe, soiree, nikkei, defray, chalet;
  3. monterey, overstay, jna, bouvier, intraday, disarray, attache, uva, lyonnais, cea, fiance, overplay, monterrey, underplay, bua, disobey, chevrolet, bta, piaget, aaa, ekk, faberge, ira, ita, dak, cabaret, perrier, cabernet, underway;
  4. noaa, foia, hiaa, asea, naivete, cabriolet, communique, ceta;
  5. waga;