cavort[ kuh-vawrt ]SEE DEFINITION OF cavort
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CAVORT
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.
In the saddle they kin ride, and cavort around hours an hours.
They are in both male and female attire, and dance and cavort to the delight of the guests.
I've always yearned to go back and cavort over the campus in the fall when college opened; but not for me no more!
Mamma Pepperall watched him cavort a moment, then sniffed contemptuously, and rolled out like a fireman summoned.
It has a bathing beach where the gals show what they've got and fat men flounder and cavort far beyond their capacities.
I admit that it was a beautiful sight to see them cavort around that ploughed field.
When the pony began to cavort and plunge poor Heavy was shaken right over the pommel of her saddle.
Then a second and a third stallion, and all the stallions, begin to cavort on their forelegs over the precipitous landscape.