word play

NOUN
  1. playing on words or speech sounds
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  • His oddly callused fingertips maybe horny in both senses of the word played my spine from nape to bottom curve like a musical instrument. Dancing with Werewolves
  • Of course, happily so, with a lot of rib-tickling word play and groaners thrown in for spice in this collaboration between Theater For A New Audience and National Yiddish Theatre. Michael Giltz: Theater: "Shlemiel The First" Klezmer Musical Sings But What's With The Restraint?
  • One tool she calls Word Play, where she uses a list of design terms, such as "drag and drop", "accordian", and "pulldowns" as inspiration for different design approaches. Alberto Mucignat
  • I'm always hiding things in my poems too - internal rhymes and puns and word play and fooling around with cliches.
  • Either way would probably work as the product itself already acts as a suggestion for the results can anyone say, "placebo effect"? so coupling the belief in the product with a few keyword playbacks should be fine. Life of Brian:
  • The interpretation of that finding is that women tend to respond more to narrative and word play than slap stick.
  • As the first one reaches me, I engage him in sword play before quickly disposing of him, but not before he gets a quick slice in my arm.
  • In honor of the big day, we present a quiz that focuses on the word puns, word play and 'oh, my word!' moments that helped turn the film into the classic it has become. Archive 2010-06-27
  • An extremely talented parodist of the dead socialist realism style, he seems to have brought its spirit back to life with his word play.
  • Thus, accessing the poem's interlingual word play leaves the reader with associations of resistance.
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