Definition of fun and games in English:

fun and games

phrase

  • Amusing and enjoyable activities.

    ‘teaching isn't all fun and games’
    • ‘This has proven to be a very enjoyable night of fun and games, if interested please come along on the night.’
    • ‘For the Chinese in game-playing factories like these, though, it is not all fun and games.’
    • ‘Each session will incorporate fun and games for each age to enjoy.’
    • ‘The palace is keeping up the tradition of Tudor times when people would take to the frozen River Thames for festive fun and games.’
    • ‘It is being staged by Razzamatazz Entertainers and will be jam-packed with fun and games for the primary school children of the town.’
    • ‘So why not bring the family along for some end of summer fun and games before the youngsters make the return to school next week?’
    • ‘Although the top game makers are reaping profits, China is not all fun and games.’
    • ‘This is currently running and will finish up on Friday next 23rd July after five hectic days of fun and games for all.’
    • ‘After dispelling their initial fears, they will find that life won't be too tough for them with the programme focusing on fun and games.’
    • ‘There was plenty of fun and games for all with all the usual Halloween games as well as a disco to keep everyone occupied.’
    cavorting, clowning about, clowning around, fooling around, horseplay, play, playfulness, tomfoolery, buffoonery, mischief
    revels, frolics, revelry, larks, antics, high jinks
    skylarking
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