cavort cavort  /kə ˈvɔrt/


  • (v) play boisterously


  1. The tradition is said to come from the old belief that witches would fly to a German mountain the Thursday before Easter to cavort with Satan.
  2. As the artists cavort on a boat, or fight a battle, or swing through a forest scene, the ground is literally moving under their feet.
  3. Then the populace found its major thrill in watching whales cavort through the clear, blue waters of the bay.


  • Lee Trevino showed he really belongs at the U.S. Open

    A RDMORE, Penn. – The most appealing feature with major championships today is the bringing back of former champions, who are available for interviews and who cavort with the fans who enjoy casual conversations with the past winners.
    on June 19, 2013     Source: The News-Reporter


  • "Well, we have a little tent where the principle singers sit when they're not onstage," said Costello. "Obviously the girls are all aflutter at getting to cavort with a rock God ......"
    on Nov 20, 2008 By: Elvis Costello Source:

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