In the end, he seems as much the plaything of circumstances as any of the hapless victims of the despised 47%.
Do you think that I am one to trifle with your heart, or to use it as a plaything for me to triumph by?
Of course, you know, a man doesn't tell everyone that he's got a plaything of that sort.
There was so much difference between their ages that Mat was quite a plaything and pet to his elder brother.
She'd been treated like a plaything afore he got her and he treated her that way till he died.
Tis a plaything costing twenty-five millions, a cage in which several large churches could waltz comfortably.
He had yearned for it, as a child might yearn for a plaything.
She stoops to be the plaything of man, the idol of his vanity, the victim of his lust.
The child she had left had been his dear plaything, his consolation.
In the old days woman and man lived apart—that is, the wife was a plaything or an upper servant.