to pretend to agree with someone or something, especially in order to get what you want or avoid an argument
As a modest and sensitive child, she decided she did not want to play along.
I don't want to be played along but my son loves him and won't want him to go.
Just play along with what he wants. It’s easier.
They all played along although one or two needed help with a name they had forgotten.
Used to love to listen to the Chicago symphony, and he wanted to play along.
You play along with social games which you feel deeply disconnected from and I can feel your pain.
There is no origin for this phrasal verb