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Definition of "ploys" [ploys]

  • Plural form of ploy. (noun) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "ploys" in a sentence
  • "The result of such news making negative ploys is that it numbs the publoc from wanting to hear different points of view from even those people who make positive efforts and work hard to improve are government."
  • "You also just admitted, however, that the suggestion that if we vote for Hill we might also get Obama on the ticket (wink, wink) was just another of Clintons 'cynical ploys -- in other words, that there is no limit to the patently absurd and contradictory things they will say in order to get elected."
  • "The latest of the ploys is the wingers bankrolling ultrasound equipment so that the women coming in see the pictures of their little helpless “babies” which convinces them not to terminate."