player

player
n
1. funmaker, frolicker, sport; reveler, carouser, wassailer, merrymaker, Sl. cutup; hedonist, pleasure-seeker, pleasure-lover.
2. athlete, sportsman, sporter, Inf. jock; ballplayer, baseballer, footballer, basketballer; competitor, contestant, contender, vier, participant.
3. actor, actress, performer, entertainer, stage player, stage performer, playactor, role player; trouper, Sl. ham, theatrician, thespian, Roscian, histiio, histrion, Archaic. histrionic; personator, impersonator, mimic, mummer, mime, Rare. mimester, pantomimist.
4. musician, music maker, music man, minstrel, Inf. tunester; virtuoso, master; classical musician, Inf. longhair; jazz musician, jazzman; rock and roller, rocker, hard rocker, punk; folk singer, Inf. folkie.
5. gambler, bettor, wagerer, gamester, Brit. punter, Inf. piker, Inf. tinhorn, Inf. crapshooter, Sl. boneshaker, Sl. big-timer; speculator, adventurer, adventurist, risk-taker, hazarder, Inf. plunger.

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