word game

NOUN
  1. any game involving the formation or alteration or discovery of words
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How To Use word game In A Sentence

  • Ted uses lots of catchy songs, puzzles and word games to help the children have fun and learn while watching.
  • The word game-changer gets thrown around a lot, but The Mentalist's bold Season 3 finale, which finally puts Patrick Jane face to face with serial-killer nemesis Red John, is a giant moment for the CBS drama. The Mentalist Finale: Jane and Red John Come Face to Face
  • Mullen's poems, which often incorporate word games like anagrams, acrostics, and puns, can border on the nonsensical (or, as she says, ‘skirt the edges of meaning’).
  • We used to sit on the stone floor and play cards and word games. Times, Sunday Times
  • It's true that word games (puns, acrostics, charades, and so on) were once thought of as ‘merely’ innocent entertainments.
  • The events, such as word games and crosswords will be organised by resource persons throughout the day.
  • There's a great deal of nostalgia in the word games that are described in the book. Times, Sunday Times
  • Puns - and conundrums and charades, for that matter - are word games with an audience - quite literally, entertainments.
  • They're just saying you're a low swine who'd rather play word games than keep your word.
  • they played word games
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