Word:

play out

Verb1.play out - deplete; "exhaust one's savings"; "We quickly played out our strength"
Synonyms: sap, tire, exhaust, run down
2.play out - perform or be performed to the end; "How will the election drama be played out?"
3.play out - play to a finish; "We have got to play this game out, even thought it is clear that we have last"
4.play out - become spent or exhausted; "The champion's strength played out fast"
consume, deplete, eat, eat up, exhaust, run down, run through, sap, tire, use up, wipe out
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play a joke on
play a trick on
Play actor
play along
play around
play back
play by electronic mail
Play debt
play down
play false
play group
play hooky
play it by ear
play list
Play of colors
play off
-- play out --
Play pleasure
play possum
play reading
play therapy
play up
Play, Inc.
play-actor
play-box
Playa
playable
playact
playacting
playactor
playback
Playbill
Playbook
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