Pronunciation of Play
/plˈe͡ɪ/, /plˈe‍ɪ/, /p_l_ˈeɪ/

Usage examples for play:

  • I seen him play when I war goin' down to N'Orleans, ten year ago. - "Bring Me His Ears", Clarence E. Mulford.
  • Besides, I must get on with my new play. - "Poor Relations", Compton Mackenzie.
  • He could play too. - "What Two Children Did", Charlotte E. Chittenden.

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Rhymes for play:

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

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