lusory

adjective
lu·so·ry | \ ˈlüs(ə)rē , -üz- , -ri \

Definition of lusory 

archaic

1 : used in play

2 : composed in a playful style

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History and Etymology for lusory

Latin lusorius, from lusus (past participle of ludere to play) + -orius -ory

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