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disport (dih SPORT) (verb), disports; disported; disporting
1. To enjoy oneself playfully or to indulge in pleasurable activities: There are many busy people who disport themselves on golf courses.
2. To play in a carefree fashion or to amuse oneself in a lighthearted manner: Little Jimmy was disporting with the other children in his class on the school grounds.
3. Etymology: from Anglo-French disporter, "to divert, to amuse"; from Old French desporter, "to seek amusement"; literally, "to carry away" (from serious matters); from des-, "away" + porter, "to carry"; from Latin portare, "to carry".
To amuse oneself or to be happy.
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To enjoy being playful or to take part in pleasurable activities. (1)