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- v. Present participle of playact.
- n. pretence
- n. overdramatic behaviour
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- n. the performance of a part or role in a drama
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Stop and think about it a second, what qualifies a person that lives in a 'playacting' world to be smarter than these residents?
Chase most Gay guys do not have a lisp thing those who do that want to do so as some kind of playacting!
So gender is a kind of playacting? he has asked her once.
It was quite well done all-round--no weak links in the cast or direction--but what makes it worth $65 is Kline's performance as Falstaff, which is revelatory in the sense that it allows Shakespeare's words to shine through clearly without additional "playacting" on his part.
It is all a kind of playacting, which they perform with remarkable skill.
Ultimately, at 8 Hearts, there is an Event that is similar to the Marriage Event in the 1st Generation, although it is a 'playacting' event to some extent.
Ultimately, at 10 Hearts, there is an Event that is similar to the Marriage Event in the 1st Generation, although it is a 'playacting' event to some extent.
A man could get very confused from this kind of playacting — I don't know how you do it, Renoux. "
Kit stopped her playacting and began to fiddle with the tea set.
“Why would the Catholic church do this?” he asked in both the mock and serious incredulity of a playacting but serious Catholic.