Recent Examples of playpen from the Web
Rhythm Fields was found dead in her playpen, next to the living room couch.
Firefighters rescued the boy from a playpen near where the flames broke out.
If the govern-ment intends to construct a thriving playpen for technological guinea pigs, the people who live there are—by one measure—receptive to it.
But the boom in luxurious terminals that look more like playpens for adults than somewhere to fly from is spreading.
The family’s Collinsville residence had cat feces smeared on the walls and maggots in the girls’ playpen, according to testimony from an investigator for the Oklahoma Department of Human Services, reports The Tulsa World.
At this open-access scientific playpen, where up to 50 ground bots and 20 aerial copters can be remotely controlled by researchers often from other schools—or even foreign countries—experiments can begin without notice.
The baby, 7-month-old Pasquale, was in the kitchen in a playpen, and the first to be rescued around 4 a.m., seven hours after the quake struck.
Essayists and therapists, poets and egotists, madmen and dreamers come together in this antic playpen of lacerating lust and insufferable sentiment.
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First Known Use of playpen
PLAYPEN Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of playpen for English Language Learners
: a structure with high sides that provides an enclosed area in which a baby or young child can play
PLAYPEN Defined for Kids
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