Disporting

Word DISPORTING
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A person who sells goods or materials in its own person without official permission for public display and sale. Urban Dictionary

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The word "disporting" in example sentences

BALDER: He is busy disporting with his Valkyries in Valhalla. ❋ Robert Brenner (2011)

Despite disporting herself like an Amazon in heat in her videos that'll be Sasha Fierce, she is the sort of smiley, uncontroversial figure who'll help Michelle Obama out with a campaign against childhood obesity. ❋ Unknown (2011)

Hardly had the patter, patter died away when a flock of sea quail rose, and with whistling wings flew away to windward, where members of a large band of whales were disporting themselves, their blowings sounding like the exhaust of steam engines. ❋ Unknown (2010)

Later in the 1970s, he became a familiar Fleet Street figure, disporting himself in bars and restaurants and settling into a literary set that included Fenton, Martin Amis, Julian Barnes, Clive James and others. ❋ Unknown (2011)

Yes, it can? though it seems a bygone age, now the Daily Mail is back to chuntering that Wayne is disporting himself in Dubai in a manner offensive to those suffering in Austerity Britain. ❋ Marina Hyde (2010)

In the British popular imagination, Mustique became synonymous with decadence, with the likes of Mick Jagger and David Bowie disporting themselves at torchlit revels. ❋ Unknown (2010)

Hardly had the patter, patter died away when a flock of sea quail rose, and with whistling wings flew away to windward, where members of a large band of whales were disporting themselves, their blowings sounding like the exhaust of steam engines .... ❋ Unknown (2008)

It was delightful and refreshing to see them disporting themselves in their native element. ❋ ERIN HART (2010)

He'd been disporting himself with hippos and elephants in a clear green river far over on the other side of the Devil Bush when the leopard had found he didn't even have his knife with him. ❋ Unknown (2010)

The name of the Bay of Whales is due to Shackleton, and is appropriate enough; for from the time of the break-up of the sea-ice this huge inlet in the Barrier forms a favourite playground for whales, of which we often saw schools of as many as fifty disporting themselves for hours together. ❋ Unknown (2009)

Hincmar, Archbishop of Reims, has transmitted an intimate picture of Charles at one of these gatherings, “saluting the men of most note, conversing with those whom he seldom saw, showing a tender interest toward the elders, and disporting himself with the young.” ❋ De Brantigny........................ (2009)

It's not just the smugness of all those middle-class white kids, now frozen in time -- if they were 20 then, they're 45 today and it serves them right -- disporting themselves as if joy were a God-given right and only old stodges like their parents had to get up for work on Monday morning. ❋ Unknown (2008)

Now at this stead were men disporting them abroad, but when they see the man riding thereto, they leave their play to wonder at him, for none such had they ever seen erst, so they went to meet him, and gave him good welcome. ❋ Unknown (2008)

Its lesser charms consist of a picture of George “Absent” Osborne disporting himself in song on the Tory front bench. ❋ Alix Mortimer (2008)

Disporters of [dairy] [products] ❋ Marc2.0 (2023)

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