What is played out?

  • (adj): Worn out.
    Example: "A played out deck of cards"
    See also — Additional definitions below

Some articles on played:

Blackadder - Premise
... set in a different era, all follow the "misfortunes" of Edmund Blackadder (played by Atkinson), who in each is a member of a British family dynasty present at many significant periods and ... servant, all from the Baldrick family line (played by Tony Robinson) ... This role was taken in the first two series by Lord Percy Percy, played by Tim McInnerny, with Hugh Laurie playing the role in the third and fourth series, as Prince ...
Bandy - Countries - Sweden
... Swedish championships for men have been played annually since 1907 ... In the 1920s students played the game and it became a largely middle class sport ... Bandy is most often played at outdoor arenas during winter time, so the need for spectators to carry flask or thermoses of 'warming' liquid like Glögg is a natural effect ...
Bandy - History
... A game that could be recognized as essentially modern bandy was played in Russia by the early 1700s, although the rules used differed from those that were invented in England at a much later date ... hockey," or "русский хоккей." In the western world, Britain has played an important role in the development of bandy ... It was played throughout the country in varying forms and is still to be found in some areas ...
Mark Antony - Artistic Portrayals - Dramas
... Shakespeare's Julius Caesar and Antony and Cleopatra, and the films made from these two plays (played by Marlon Brando and Robert Speaight, respectively) ... John Dryden's All for Love The 1934 film Cleopatra (played by Henry Wilcoxon) The 1963 film Cleopatra (played by Richard Burton) The TV series Xena Warrior Princess (played by Manu Bennett) The ...
500 Festival Open Invitation
... was a PGA Tour event in Indianapolis, Indiana played in the 1960s ... The tournament was played at the Speedway Golf Course each year except in 1965 when it was played at Greentree Country Club while Speedway was undergoing renovations ...

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Famous quotes containing the word played:

    The boatswain’s mate was very sedate,
    Yet fond of amusement, too;
    And he played hopscotch with the starboard watch,
    While the captain tickled the crew.
    Charles Edward Carryl (1841–1920)

    Farce is tragedy played at a thousand revolutions per minute.
    John Mortimer (b. 1923)