A book containing the scripts of dramatic plays.(noun)
Sports A notebook containing descriptions and diagrams of the plays of a team, especially a football team.(noun)
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Use "playbook" in a sentence
"In the NFL, the playbook is a sacred hardbound diary of trust."
"This "playbook" is an enumeration of perfectly valid criticisms against ID, and you spin it like a liability for my position!"
"Already, Washington's whole playbook is being rethought."