Definition of Disporting

1. Verb. (present participle of disport) ¹



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Definition of Disporting

1. disport [v] - See also: disport

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Disporting

disponer
disponers
dispones
disponge
disponged
disponges
disponging
disponing
dispope
dispoped
dispopes
dispoping
disporous
disported
disporting (current term)
disportment
disportments
disports
dispos'd
disposabilities
disposability
disposable
disposable equipment
disposable income
disposable incomes
disposableness
disposables
disposal
disposal plant

Literary usage of Disporting

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1. The Christian Remembrancer by William Scott (1856)
"1A scene of wonder ; myriads live, disporting in the solar rays, They march or skirmish, feast or bound, Nor ask, nor need more wide domains, ..."

2. The Subconscious Self and Its Relation to Education and Health by Louis Waldstein (1897)
"disporting itself in close proximity to similar mental images. I have purposely given this detailed account in order to direct attention to the importance ..."

3. The Chronicles of James I: King of Aragon, Surnamed the Conqueror by James (1883)
"And I stayed nineteen days hunting and disporting, for I had gone thither for no other purpose than to see how the settlement went on, and I rejoiced as ..."

4. Locusts and Wild Honey by John Burroughs (1884)
"I stood upon rocks and looked many feet down into a still, sunlit pool and saw the trout disporting themselves in the transparent water, and I was ready to ..."

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