[ UK /hˈɔːsple‍ɪ/ ]
[ US /ˈhɔɹsˌpɫeɪ/ ]
  1. rowdy or boisterous play
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How To Use horseplay In A Sentence

  • Blame, expostulations, recriminations and horseplay - David provides an up-close-and-personal document of the family's most wrenchingly private moments.
  • This is a behind-the-scenes look at another world of racing -a view that the average horseplayer may be unaware of.
  • After the brother, 20-year-old Franklin S. Emilcar, came to the door with a. 38-caliber Smith & Wesson revolver, the two engaged in what Shaw described as horseplay, joking and wrestling over the gun until it fired. Connecticut Post Online Most Viewed
  • Broun also discusses the ritual bus trips horseplayers would make to Bowie during the winter months when New York racing was dormant.
  • Thalheimer acknowledged that slots are only the beginning, and they should be used as a way to convert bettors of that kind into horseplayers.
  • There was sure to be much laughter and horseplay. Christianity Today
  • Practical jokes and horseplay frequently resulted in angry altercations between men on the factory floor.
  • We talk about this campaign being more about being a horseplayer than horse racing.
  • A trip up the Thames from Southend-On-Sea to the Houses of Parliament provides him with many fine opportunities to indulge in his own idiosyncratic brand of taradiddles and horseplay.
  • Forums for horsemen, track representatives, and horseplayers also will be conducted.
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