toy


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Synonyms for toy

plaything

toy with something: play with

Synonyms

toy with something: fiddle with

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Synonyms for toy

an object for children to play with

Synonyms

to move one's fingers or hands in a nervous or aimless fashion

to treat lightly or flippantly

to make amorous advances without serious intentions

Synonyms for toy

References in classic literature ?
Which could be quite certain of discovering a toy pistol," said Father Brown with a smile.
In a flash, the telephone ceased to be a "scientific toy," and became an article of commerce.
His favorite toy was a little telegraph that he constructed for himself.
Thus, in our case, the arms full of toys have frequently been followed quickly by the box, and the box in turn by the word "box.
He despatched Sloppy to bring the carriage to the door; caused the child to be carefully wrapped up; bade old Betty get her bonnet on; collected the toys, enabling the little fellow to comprehend that his treasures were to be transported with him; and had all things prepared so easily that they were ready for the carriage as soon as it appeared, and in a minute afterwards were on their way.
Over most of the beds, the toys were yet grouped as the children had left them when they last laid themselves down, and, in their innocent grotesqueness and incongruity, they might have stood for the children's dreams.
Suite 100, in Valencia, has already given out 2,500 toy vouchers to needy families who would otherwise not be able to provide holiday gifts for their families.
Rubies' move to 1115 Broadway is part of a larger migration to the building in recent years among costume and seasonal products tenants who may have at first simply sought proximity to the Toy Center but, since Chetrit acquired the two building compound in the summer of 2004 and announced his conversion plans, have flocked to the building because it could soon be one of the last locations with a concentration of industry tenants.
From 1578, craftspeople from Nuremberg produced toy animals from tin and in the eighteenth century, Nuremberg became a center for cheap tin toy armies and the "Nuremberg Kitchen," a precursor of the modern doll's house.
Together they represent 77% of the injection molded toy business in North America.
Determining the age for which a toy is intended is important when the agency applies regulations, such as the Small Parts Regulation, to specific toys.
Toys should further children's inner development, allowing them to express moods and feelings freely," says Evi Hoffman, owner of Nova Natural, a toy store focusing on child development.
Global Pet Expo Product Images are available on our Toy Fair FTP site at ftp://ftp.
Local companies and their subsidiaries snagged seven of the 12 coveted spots on the ``Hot Dozen'' toy list compiled by longtime industry insider Jim Silver.