Definition of Ploy. Meaning of Ploy. Synonyms of Ploy

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Definition of Ploy

Ploy
Ploy Ploy, n. Sport; frolic. [Prov. Eng. & Scot.]
Ploy
Ploy Ploy, v. i. [Prob. abbrev. fr. deploy.] (Mil.) To form a column from a line of troops on some designated subdivision; -- the opposite of deploy. --Wilhelm.

Meaning of Ploy from wikipedia

- A ploy is a tactic (method), strategy, or gimmick. Ploy may also refer to: Ploy (board game), a board game Ploy (film), a 2007 Thai film Ploy (musical...
- Thongkham and Piyaluk Tuntisrisakul starring Ploy Sornarin. The film was released on Netflix on 9 July 2020. Joy (Ploy Sornarin) is hired as a housemaid by a...
- Ploy (Thai: พลอย) is a 2007 Thai film written and directed by Pen-Ek Ratanaruang. The film premiered during the Directors' Fortnight at the 2007 Cannes...
- A Trollope ploy is a negotiation technique named after an incident from an Anthony Trollope novel, in which a woman interprets a casual romantic gesture...
- Boonyasak (Thai: เฌอมาลย์ บุญยศักดิ์, RTGS: Choeman Bunyasak), nickname Ploy (Thai: พลอย, RTGS: Phloi), is a Thai film and television actress and model...
- A gimmick is a novel device or idea designed primarily to attract attention or increase appeal, often with little intrinsic value. When applied to retail...
- role in 15 years. Pim and Ploy are twins both conjoined at the stomach. Pim is very sweet and protective of Ploy, though Ploy's nature is harsh and jealous...
- Ployer may refer to: Barbara Ployer (1765–1811), an Austrian piano and composition pupil of Mozart for whom he composed two piano concertos Ployer Peter...
- Ploy is an abstract strategy board game for two or four players, pla**** on a 9x9 board with a set of 15 pieces (2-handed) or 9 pieces (4-handed and partnership...
- The Washington Monument syndrome, also known as the Mount Rushmore Syndrome or the firemen first principle, is a term used to describe the phenomenon of...