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How to use wantoned in a sentence

The pen of La Bruyère wantoned in a petty portrait of personal peculiarities.
CHARLES SUMNER; HIS COMPLETE WORKS; VOLUME 2 (OF 20)CHARLES SUMNER
As she ventured near she laughed, and wantoned with some golden fruit.
A LITTLE PILGRIMAGE IN ITALYOLAVE M. (OLAVE MURIEL) POTTER
In the South man was the degraded slave, and the elements wantoned on in undisturbed freedom.
ANDERSONVILLE, VOLUME 1JOHN MCELROY
But Susan, propped straight up by now against pillows, wantoned in this finery.
THE BOOK OF SUSANLEE WILSON DODD
Here I laved and wantoned with the water, or sportively played with my companion, leaving Emily to deal with hers at discretion.
MEMOIRS OF FANNY HILLJOHN CLELAND
How much then I panted for the breeze that blew over the heathy common where I had lately wantoned, leaped, and laughed!
RATTLIN THE REEFEREDWARD HOWARD
They wantoned and they wallowed in their perfectly natural gluttony.
JANA. J. DAWSON
Here she accumulated a thousand various gratifications; here she wantoned in all the secret and licentious desires of her heart.
IMOGENWILLIAM GODWIN
I, that had wantoned in the rich circle of your world of love, could be confined within the puny province of a girl?
THE COMEDIES OF WILLIAM CONGREVEWILLIAM CONGREVE

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