- v occupy in an agreeable, entertaining or pleasant fashion
- v play boisterously
- The teams (bearing such names as Grenada, Windsor, Trinidad) disport their flannels, blazers and visored beanies against a background of picture hats and parasols.
- The fine actors disport themselves solemnly, like giant hood ornaments of lust.
- There, in a four-year-old bungalow colony called Physiopolis, they disport themselves in brassires and ''modesty belts.
- Mary Baker Eddy in Christian Science Monitor
In "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures," Mary Baker Eddy wrote: "Mind, joyous in strength, dwells in the realm of Mind. Mind's infinite ideas run and disport themselves" (p.