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- noun Alternative spelling of
- verb intransitive To engage in
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Look at Angeledes and Westley, who managed to make a campaign against Schwartzenneger look like a playfight between 12 year olds.
More precisely, his 6ft 7in younger brother, James, also an actor, broke it during a choreographed playfight, when he slipped on a spilled yoghurt.
Sackett, of Outram Place, Islington, claimed in court that he and Jessie had consensual sex on the night she died, and that he accidentally killed her while he had her in a headlock during a playfight.
He's a teddy bear really: The rare blond bear moves away after the playfight to go fishing for salmon
Take that: Zara and William have a playfight at the festival of British
Susan Boyle arms herself with snowballs for a paparazzi playfight outside her own front door ...
October 19, 2009 at 6:58 am they both knew how to inhibit their claws and bites, nobody got hurt–look at the dog grinning and the cat with his tail up and you’ll see they’re being quite friendly Cats and dogs know how to playfight without hurting anybody.
Thankfully, Natasha is a clever hero, smart and tactically sound, even though she’s been known to playfight wearing leather panties.
Since the headline gives no indication it was a playfight, I suppose the most charitable explanation is that it was a headline writer’s idea of an April Fool’s joke.
An armless pair of them flop wrestling, growling, in maimed sodden playfight.) _