The most retweeted messages are those with jests and puns and wordplay—and graffiti.
Once again, wordplay and ethnicity wounded an office-seeking Virginia Republican.
It was Christians who introduced the apple, perhaps because the wordplay in Latin between apple ( malus) and evil ( malum).
He created a special puzzle for Oprah Winfrey when he appeared on the show to promote the wordplay documentary about crosswords.
Ahmadinejad, a master of wordplay and double entendre, relishes the fact that we take him seriously and dissect his every word.
wordplay Bradlee could be prolix or pithy, as suited his ends.
Occasionally, he would write brief letters to the editor using the name A. Sock, wordplay on “Punch”—his nickname since boyhood.
Abbott and he sometimes swerved into wordplay about love; but up to 1820, or thereabouts, the passion was potential merely.