disport oneself

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  • disport oneself — archaic or humorous enjoy oneself unrestrainedly; frolic. → disport …   English new terms dictionary

  • disport — ► VERB (disport oneself) ▪ enjoy oneself unrestrainedly; frolic. ORIGIN Old French desporter carry away …   English terms dictionary

  • disport — /dɪsˈpɔt/ (say dis pawt) verb (i) 1. to divert oneself; sport. –noun 2. Archaic diversion; amusement; play; sport. –phrase 3. disport oneself, to divert or amuse oneself; exercise or display oneself in a sportive manner. {Middle English… …  

  • disport — verb (disport oneself) archaic or humorous enjoy oneself unrestrainedly; frolic. noun archaic recreation; amusement. ↘a pastime or sport. Origin ME: from OFr. desporter carry away (from L. portare) …   English new terms dictionary

  • disport — [di spôrt′] vi. [ME disporten, to bear, support < OFr desporter < des (see DIS ) + porter < L portare, to carry: see PORT3] to indulge in amusement; play; frolic vt. to amuse or divert (oneself) n. Archaic a disporting; amusement; play …   English World dictionary

  • disport — 1. verb a) to amuse oneself divertingly or playfully; to cavort or gambol b) to display ostentatiously 2 …   Wiktionary

  • disport — disportment, n. /di spawrt , spohrt /, v.t. 1. to divert or amuse (oneself). 2. to display (oneself) in a sportive manner: The picnickers disported themselves merrily on the beach. v.i. 3. to divert oneself; sport. n. 4. diversion; amusement;… …   Universalium

  • disport — dis•port [[t]dɪˈspɔrt, ˈspoʊrt[/t]] v. t. 1) to amuse (oneself) 2) to display (oneself) in a sportive manner 3) to divert oneself; sport 4) diversion; play • Etymology: 1275–1325; ME < AF desporter=des dis I+porter to carry dis•port′ment, n …   From formal English to slang

  • disport — I. noun Date: 14th century archaic sport, pastime II. verb Etymology: Middle English, from Anglo French desporter, to carry away, comfort, entertain, from des dis + porter to carry, from Latin portare more at fare Date: 14th century …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • disport — (Roget s Thesaurus II) I verb 1. To occupy oneself with amusement or diversion: play, recreate, sport. See WORK. 2. To make a public and usually ostentatious show of: brandish, display, exhibit, expose, flash, flaunt, parade, show (off), sport.… …   English dictionary for students

  • disport — dis·port || dɪ spɔːt v. frolic, gambol, play; amuse oneself …   English contemporary dictionary


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