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    cav·ort
    /kəˈvôrt/

    verb

    • 1. jump or dance around excitedly: "spider monkeys leap and cavort in the branches"
  2. Cavort | Definition of Cavort by Merriam-Webster

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    Cavort definition is - to leap or dance about in a lively manner. How to use cavort in a sentence.

  3. Cavort | Definition of Cavort at Dictionary.com

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    to prance or caper about. to behave in a high-spirited, festive manner; make merry.

  4. Cavort - definition of cavort by The Free Dictionary

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    intr.v. ca·vort·ed, ca·vort·ing, ca·vorts 1. To bound or prance about in a sprightly manner; caper. 2.

  5. CAVORT | meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary

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    / kəˈvɔːrt / to jump or move around in a playful way, sometimes noisily, and often in a sexual way: They were spotted cavorting beside the swimming pool.

  6. Cavort Meaning | Best 7 Definitions of Cavort

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    The definition of cavort means to jump, dance or play in a happy way. Skipping down the street is an example of to cavort. Playfully pillow fighting is an example of to cavort.

  7. CAVORT | definition in the Cambridge English Dictionary

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    / kəˈvɔːt / to jump or move around in a playful way, sometimes noisily, and often in a sexual way: They were spotted cavorting beside the swimming pool.

  8. What does cavort mean? - definitions

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    Etymology: Originated in the United States in 1793, as cauvaut, applying to horses, probably from the colloquial intensifying prefix ca- + vault; later generalized. Early sources connect it to cavault, a term for a certain demeanor of horses.

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