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playscript

[ pley-skript ]
/ ˈpleɪˌskrɪpt /
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noun
the manuscript of a play, especially as prepared for use by actors in rehearsals.
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Origin of playscript

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How to use playscript in a sentence

  • The US edition also has minor deviations from playscript formatting conventions fairly standard at the time.

    The Magistrate|Arthur Pinero
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