playsome

playsome

(ˈpleɪsəm)
adj
another word for playful
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He said: "We are short of a bit of quality in our of a bit of quality in our side but we have got side but we have got some good young playsome good young players." ers."
You will scarcely be persuaded, that they are any thing but sick men's dreams: Or perhaps will regard them more as the playsome whimsies of monkeys in human shape" (184).
Only for some (intellectually informed and temperamentally predisposed), the playsome (as an act of culture, cf.
They can playsome good stuff but were not causing Hearts any major problems.