Common misspellings for play:

pilar, plave, plez, pollar, plae, plaug, plainy, plaly, pealy, pelor, poay, blay, plac, plety, applay, ploar, pla, pluarl, pkay, pscy, plicy, plian, plkay, pilio, fairplay, plasa, wlal, plage, apliy, pelae, polayer, pully, plean, paula'a, pleny, pepley, polacy, theplay, proaly, pley, plas, policay, ppway, plual, palydoh, playdoh, pilocy, aplay, ppty, polak, palty, plaqu, deplay, pular, plcae, playdough, piluo, playy, alawy, paale, oliy, palay, palacw, paulaa, playt, plaec, hooplah, pilliar, plar, playn, pleaz, oplay, perla, paly, poily, payul, pppular, plasy, plade, plaer, plsy, ppular, plab, puala, plaze, plap, pleae, plax, pplan, palcae, plart, plai, parlar, pulla, plsu, plau, placa, playdogh, clay, ploan, pullaway, olay, pilli, polay, pgae, palat, playfu, pulll, pplay, playdo, aplly, plag, pleany, dleay, alwy, pleaae, ptay, polcy, plam, pleasy, supliy, diploy, plany, biplar, apliey, jluy, lpay, placw, diplay, pilicy, palua, toplay, apaly, alay, plaue, polacco, palth, playd, pullu, plzz, poliyc, iplay, plaay, plaqe, glaay, poular, siplay, plan, poloar, pllan, plagu, plaeyd, plair, elay, playe, plama, plya, diaplay, porley, placy, forplay, playr, plociy, plaays, paley, pluar, fourplay, erlay, plad, pleays, pobaly, eplay, plpay, perly, plack, polan, pleaee, peavy, plan2011, poluar, plak, splah, pliciy, playwr, purly, poola, plkeae, poliy, pology, plabe, eply, palava, pcae, play, pilor, ppply, poway, pally, ppay, pelll, pillair, pkyy, play'd, pllay, plaeyr, playler, polly, rplay, 0lay, plzy, plwy, plqy, pla7, lplay, p-lay, 0play, p0lay, pklay, ploay, plzay, plsay, plway, plawy, plqay, plaqy, playg, plahy, playu, pla7y, play7, play6, ply, qlay, pday, phay, pnay, pmay, pliy, plcy, pla9, plaq, pl ay, pla y.

Definition of play:

Usage examples for play

  1. For, indeed, my work in France was but child's play to this, neither was there any danger in France such as was here.  Oddsfish! by Robert Hugh Benson
  2. Why does some one else not play?"  In the Courts of Memory 1858-1875. by L. de Hegermann-Lindencrone
  3. As it was they could do nothing, except play with each other's feet beneath the table.  Furze the Cruel by John Trevena
  4. Have you anybody to play with?  The Cuckoo Clock by Mrs. Molesworth