Puttany and the child were often together in one long play, broken only by the man's periods of labor.
The words of the long play about the paladins are improvised, but they have in the theatre the MSS.
But I found myself in great danger of a long play, and was glad to help it where I could.
Gwyn could not long play a part without revealing her true self.
In the long play of the ages a human being sometimes becomes an event; a nation's passion takes a personnel.
It was early in the afternoon, so the children settled down for a long play.
It was not only just body-sleepiness: the kind you get after a long walk or a long play day.
In dealing with scenes from a long play—whether linked or disconnected—pupils will always have a feeling of incompleteness.
It was not a long play, and had been written by a court poet especially for the children, of whose acting the Queen was fond.
But the audience and the critics only saw this speech as part of a long play.