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  • noun Plural form of playright.

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Examples

  • As the playrights say, the gun on the wall in Scene I Act I should go off by the end of the Act III.

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  • As the playrights say, the gun on the wall in Scene I Act I should go off by the end of the Act III.

    Fluidity

  • Chester Himes, August Wilson if you include playrights

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  • And then he turned into something that the Greek playrights and centuries later, Shakespeare would've understood very well.

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  • And then he turned into something that the Greek playrights and centuries later, Shakespeare would've understood very well.

    The ghastly King Herod

  • BBC journalists, comedians, playrights, are all extremely brave when it comes to ridiculing Christians - the real extreme fanatics.

    SNEERING COMEDIANS....

  • The great Elizabethean Lords patronized mummers and playrights.

    The Theatre in Europe and the Americas

  • The new play was announced as the work of two playrights, whom I will indicate as Smith and Brown; it was produced by a firm of managers, whom I will indicate as Jones and Robinson.

    The Pot Boiler

  • Aspiring journalists, retiring editors, playrights and composers, a few actors and crowds of would-be poets flocked to the exquisite drawing-rooms hung with yellow, wherein the owner of so much magnificence lounged in her golden hammock.

    Crowded Out! and Other Sketches

  • Established in 1997, the company has produced and toured work from playrights as diverse as Machiavelli, WB Yeats, Tom Murphy, Samuel Beckett, Brian Friel and Willy

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