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If you ever thought grown men cavorting with women dressed as bunnies was infantile, well, then, I suppose it makes sense that a children’s author would want to make his home in the Playboy Mansion.
“A Bright Ray of Darkness” opens during a storm of negative media coverage that erupts when the young heartthrob William Harding is spotted cavorting with a woman — not his rock star wife — in Cape Town, South Africa.
It has a bathing beach where the gals show what they've got and fat men flounder and cavort far beyond their capacities.
DAVID LANNARCK, MIDGETGEORGE S. HARNEY
I admit that it was a beautiful sight to see them cavort around that ploughed field.
Then a second and a third stallion, and all the stallions, begin to cavort on their forelegs over the precipitous landscape.
The ole he catfish had a fine eye for purty women, and used to cavort around near the cabin whenever his business would permit.
It was one of those voices that fairly cavort over big distances, and I buried my head in the shell as the pair came closer.
THE WHITE WATERFALLJAMES FRANCIS DWYER
When the pony began to cavort and plunge poor Heavy was shaken right over the pommel of her saddle.
Without "cavort" or a "list to port," is as hard—as song to a Neddy!
At that moment the animal began to cavort, and backed into a flower-bed.
MRS. CRADDOCKW. SOMERSET MAUGHAM

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