Definition of Child's game
1. Noun. A game enjoyed by children.
Specialized synonyms: Blindman's Bluff, Blindman's Buff, Cat And Mouse, Cat And Rat, Cat's Cradle, Hide And Go Seek, Hide-and-seek, Hopscotch, Jacks, Jackstones, Knucklebones, Jackstraws, Spillikins, Jump Rope, Leapfrog, Marbles, Mumble-the-peg, Mumblety-peg, Going To Jerusalem, Musical Chairs, Bopeep, Peekaboo, Pillow Fight, Post Office, Spin The Bottle, Spin The Plate, Spin The Platter, Tag, Tiddlywinks
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Literary usage of Child's game
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1. Manchester Streets and Manchester Men by Thomas Swindells (1908)
"AN ANCIENT CHILD S GAME. The mention of the days of Queen Elizabeth reminds one that in those days the local authorities were much concerned because certain ..."
2. Smithsonian Contributions to Knowledge by Smithsonian Institution (1858)
"See adire. adí-gba-ro, n. a colander. a-di-lu, n. child?s game, of casting lots. a-di-ini-mó (da ..."