disport[ dih-spawrt, -spohrt ]SEE DEFINITION OF disport
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DISPORT
It wasn't exactly the place for you to disport yourself in under the circumstances.
It was full of victual, and all manner of mirth and disport.
Then they turned about and went into the wood to disport them, for the sun was growing hot.
But the people of a sea-shore town need no lake in which to disport themselves.
So when she had gotten her breath again, she asked him what next she should do for his disport.
Disport yourself; but let your faultiness be concealed by a decent stealthiness.
He would ride and shout and shoot and disport himself unlawfully.
For the place is made for nothing else, but only for his disport.
And such plays of disport they make till the taking up of the boards.
Courage that reckons so bates its own worth Till a coward might disport it.