One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
- ‘He spends his life in chaffing and making game of his fellow-men.’
- ‘Refusing to conflate his body at war with the nation's power, the aristocrat makes a game of war and flaunts his skill in order to accentuate the carelessness with which he abandons one theater to act in another.’
- ‘If you act like that around him, he'll make a game of it rather than take you seriously.’
- ‘‘You shouldn't make a game of these people who suffer for their families,’ a Carrolton senior said.’
- ‘As the sick, demented and twisted ex-girlfriend, I'm always labeled ‘the bad one,’ but you've gone your entire career making a game of women and we're always considered the bad ones.’
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