Reply to "to play spoilsport {a common expression or not}?"

Hi,

It's used by this seemingly native speaker:

Fitz Lee: A Military Biography of Major General Fitzhugh Lee, C.S.A.


Edward G. Longacre - 2005 - ‎Snippet view - ‎More editions
... of his opponent's timetable, however, and decided to play spoilsport. On the rainy afternoon of May 3, he began to evacuate his lines west of the city and head for the multilayered defenses of Richmond. There he could make a more effective ...

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