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She was bareheaded, wore mannish gloves, and sported large circlet earrings.
DAVID LANNARCK, MIDGETGEORGE S. HARNEY
Fido bounded over the fields and chased the frightened partridges; Pensive soared in the air and sported with the light.
The Cupidons still sported on the ceiling, but they were forgotten, like ghosts of the past; their shafts were already impotent.
Mr. Lee always wore a long, sandy beard, and in his travels sported a soft, broad-brimmed hat.
After a little rest, we again sported our seven-league boots, and took a solitary ramble across the Wye.
His clothes were flashy, and he "sported" several large diamonds.
Nobody who sported a silver watch could belong to the "first circles."
Although the weather was scarcely even cool, the ladies sported magnificent shawls, silk neckerchiefs, and even light cloaks.
Moreover, he sported a very large and very yellow twenty dollar gold piece on his watch-chain.
Perhaps Nature sported or blundered, and this combination ought not to have existed; I only know it did exist.

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lackadaisicaladjective | [lak-uh-dey-zi-kuhl ]SEE DEFINITION