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dress rehearsal the last full rehearsal of a play or other production before performance, done in full costume.
drumstick a stick used to play a drum. [1/2 definitions]
enact to act out or act the part of in a play. [1/2 definitions]
excerpt a short section taken from a play, film, or written work. [1/2 definitions]
family room a large room in which a family gets together to relax, talk, or play games.
fiddle (informal) to play on a violin. [1/4 definitions]
figure to play a part, be related, or appear. [1/10 definitions]
finale the last part of a play or course of events. [1/2 definitions]
fling a short period of fun and play with no cares. [1/3 definitions]
flirt to play at love; act in a romantic way that is not serious. [1/2 definitions]
foul falling outside of the lines that mark an area for fair play in a sport. [3/11 definitions]
foul line either of the lines on a baseball field drawn from home plate through first and third bases to the outfield. Foul lines mark the area within which fair play takes place. [1/2 definitions]
game something done for fun or amusement; play. [2/5 definitions]
golf to play golf. [1/2 definitions]
hero the main male character of a play, poem, story, or book. [1/2 definitions]
heroine the main female character in a play, poem, story, or book. [1/2 definitions]
horse around to play in a silly or foolish way; to be very active.
horseplay rough or noisy play.
huddle a gathering of a football team's players to get instructions for the next play. [1/5 definitions]
iridescent emitting or reflecting a lustrous play of colors covering the spectrum, like a rainbow. [1/2 definitions]
jam1 to play or improvise jazz or rock-'n'-roll music with others. [1/8 definitions]