You have my plaything.
But the land has lost its character; it is becoming the plaything of powers, instead of the meeting-place of nations.
In fact, from the time of Wathiq, the Caliphate became the plaything of the Turkish guard, and its decline was continuous.
A pretty leafy shrub is got ready to make a " plaything " for the seed.
Had his actions truly set her on this path to end up as the plaything of a creature with no capacity for mercy?
When she didn't return, he'd find a new plaything.
These attributes make a bike that's more than a mere plaything.
detritus of war has become a plaything for generations of children.
Is the Internet itself set to become the plaything of hidden agencies?
Without the fulfillment of this task the spread of radio will remain a plaything for the privileged circles of the townspeople.
She was taken to a military camp in Ituri where soldiers held her captive as a sexual plaything for seven months.
It is not a sport - not a sport that viewers can play anyway - but an advertising opportunity or rich man's plaything.
HULA HOOP This famous plaything - a hoop you can twirl around the waist - goes back to ancient Egypt.
I ended up Death's plaything because she pursued me. She was beautiful, and I had eternity alone ahead of me.
Mrs Bryant's Pleasure - 1860 This house is a good example of a dolls ' house which was not a child's plaything.
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