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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishhorseplayhorse‧play /ˈhɔːspleɪ $ ˈhɔːrs-/ noun [uncountable] old-fashioned  BEHAVErough noisy play in which people push or hit each other for fun
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horseplayHorseplay on the school bus is not allowed.He made a few jokes, a few attempts at horseplay, but they all fell short.Cosmopolitan chief Marcelle d'Argy Smith stormed out of the historic Oxford Union debating chamber after sitting through 90 minutes of bawdy horseplay.He denied in cross-examination that he and the other boy had gone from their downstairs dormitory for horseplay.There seemed to be a lot of laughter and some mild horseplay.
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