Definitions

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  • noun The playfield of a pinball table or similar game.

Etymologies

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play +‎ board

Examples

  • I felt like a football coach with a playboard, working out the plays for the next big game.

    The Great Penguin Rescue

  • To be honest Mileys one "untasteful" photo looks like the little girl from the Les Meserable play and nobodies ever made such a fuss over a playboard before and i'm not sure how young i was when i seen it but i couldn't have been much older then most of her fans anyways.

    Video: Annie Leibovitz and Miley Cyrus: Vanity Fair

  • If we move away from the playboard at all the puppets vanish.

    Interactive Hula Dancer

  • Easiest way to have the boat fit under the playboard is to lay it on its side.

    Tempest build, Day One

  • Around sunset, as a geranium and satsuma luminescence turned the adjacent golf course into the playboard of a pinball machine, an onslaught of nervousness sent Switters to the garage refrigerator where Dwayne maintained a supply of beer.

    Fierce Invalids Home from Hot Climates

  • Around sunset, as a geranium and satsuma luminescence turned the adjacent golf course into the playboard of a pinball machine, an onslaught of nervousness sent Switters to the garage refrigerator where Dwayne maintained a supply of beer.

    Fierce Invalids Home From Hot Climates

  • I recycled several different surfaces, including slick portfolio covers and an old magnetic playboard, to use when I was tutoring a lot.

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  • Parts: double-sided playboard, which features graphics on one side and a solid green on the reverse.

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