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Ploy in a sentence

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Sentence count:74+1 Only show simple sentencesPosted:2017-02-24Updated:2020-07-24
Synonym: gambitstratagemSimilar words: deployemployemployeeemployeremploymentunemploymentalloyloyalMeaning: [plɔɪ]  n. 1. an opening remark intended to secure an advantage for the speaker 2. a maneuver in a game or conversation. 
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(1) His usual ploy is to pretend he's ill.
(2) This is the latest ploy dreamt up by advertising companies to sell their new products.
(3) I think this is just a government ploy to deceive the public.
(4) It was all a ploy to distract attention from his real aims.
(5) This ploy should give the stockmarket a boost.
(6) This crude critical ploy is derisory.
(7) This isn't a ploy to be recommended.
(8) This is also a good ploy for vegetarians.
(9) A neat marketing ploy, and a good way of interesting children in aviation.
(10) Use every ploy to project my reality in defence of my choices.
(11) But in the market at that time the ploy was far from enough to make the new models seem like bargains.
(12) Beware of carrying a subtle ploy too far today or of letting a loved one get away with playing emotional games.
(13) But this year an even more offensive marketing ploy is keeping me away from my Christmas shopping.
(14) His stark little ploy may succeed in appealing to the sartorially challenged, but the morally ambiguous generation behind him?
(15) The ploy didn't work: although the News of the World did not print the Mahmood story, other papers did.
(16) Why give her the satisfaction of knowing her ploy had succeeded?
(17) Apple's altruism was also labelled as a smart ploy to introduce the nation's youngsters to its products.
(18) He's not really ill, it's just a ploy to make us feel sorry for him.
(19) The ploy didn't work.
(20) She was going to use the sainted patience ploy, the one he found most difficult to handle.
(21) He praises my cooking but it's just a cynical ploy to get me to make his meals.
(22) Christmas should be a time of excitement and wonder, not a cynical marketing ploy.
(23) Data showing that shoppers buy these items together more often when they are displayed together will confirm that the ploy works.
(24) Certainly Mosley's constant harping on the theme of left-wing intimidation was a fairly effective recruiting ploy throughout the 1930s.
(25) This may have been coincidence or, as we noted earlier, a deliberate ploy to enhance his own standing.
(26) This kind of collection, though usually available individually, is increasingly and intelligently proving to be a marketing ploy.
(27) Using government subsidies to increase local authority rents is not a new ploy.
(28) The religious element of their election campaign was a cynical ploy.
(29) The final suggestion is that Kirov's murder was a ploy by a foreign government.
(30) A promo video stressing the artist's style is a shrewd marketing ploy which exploits the music industry's visual obsession.
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