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synonyms for disported

  • brandish
  • demonstrate
  • flash
  • prance
  • strut
  • swagger
  • trot out
  • advertise
  • air
  • boast
  • brag
  • declare
  • disclose
  • display
  • disport
  • divulge
  • exhibit
  • expose
  • flaunt
  • proclaim
  • publish
  • reveal
  • sport
  • vaunt
  • march in review
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antonyms for disported

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  • conceal
  • hide
  • be quiet
  • cover
  • deprecate
  • secrete
  • suppress
  • withhold
  • be sad
  • work
  • cower
  • shy away
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How to use disported in a sentence

Deepdale was situated on the Argono River, a beautiful and romantic stream where pleasure craft of all sorts disported themselves.
THE OUTDOOR GIRLS IN THE SADDLELAURA LEE HOPE
The night paled; the Trwyn light went out; and off the headland a seal disported itself in the icy sea.
MUSHROOM TOWNOLIVER ONIONS
In the 'forties, when the crme de la crme disported themselves at Cremorne, the Gardens were reserved for their exclusive use.
MR. PUNCH'S HISTORY OF MODERN ENGLAND VOL. IV OF IV.CHARLES L. GRAVES
A creek watered the lower end of the garden, and here a half-dozen ducks disported lazily.
SOUTHERN HEARTSFLORENCE HULL WINTERBURN
The slender figure leisurely and joyously disported itself in the water.
IMPRESSIONS AND COMMENTSHAVELOCK ELLIS
The whales rose to the surface, disported themselves heavily, like true whales, and blew jets of spray into the air.
THE BELIEVING YEARSEDMUND LESTER PEARSON
For eight hours the squadron disported themselves in this manner, when the "Encounter" was declared the winner by 400 yards.
IN EASTERN SEASJ. J. SMITH
The "little white hat," by-the-way, as here worn by David, is just such head-gear as Dickens himself disported when a boy.
DICKENS AND HIS ILLUSTRATORSFREDERIC G. KITTON
The Barnriff men were rarely lightsome, and when they disported themselves it was generally with a sombre sort of joy.
THE ONE-WAY TRAILRIDGWELL CULLUM
You were the bright particular star, or sun, in whose light all the fairest flowers disported themselves.
NOT PRETTY, BUT PRECIOUSJOHN HAY, ET AL.
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OCTOBER 26, 1985
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