cavort

(redirected from cavorted)
Also found in: Dictionary.
  • verb

Synonyms for cavort

Synonyms for cavort

to leap and skip about playfully

Synonyms for cavort

References in periodicals archive ?
Last week, we revealed how millionaires Hall and Edwards cavorted with prostitutes.
Gregory, now 25, cavorted in saucy suspenders as she celebrated with her vile pals in Durham top-security prison's H Wing.
And the public were invited to watch through a hole in the gallery door as she cavorted with a "buyer".
Stephen Petronio, for example, once cavorted in bawdy-house corsets and now sees gender issues in more universal terms.
And her bikini looked Just A Little too small for the sunburned singer as they cavorted in the sea.
He appeared in a Warhol screen test and cavorted for Jack Smith.
During her appearance at the Works, on Broad Street, she cavorted on a massive bed with four competition winners - three women and one bloke.
The characters cavorted in hoedown patterns, occasionally shrugging their shoulders and raising their hands in the air, as a disclaimer of their actions.
Since Ms Malik happened to visit India, she is deemed to have caused an insult to her country because she dressed in a manner that was unbecoming of a Pakistani woman (this conveniently ignores the fact that women in this country do sometimes dress in a similar manner) and cavorted with a Hindu man," The Express Tribune editorial said.
One onlooker described them 'rolling down the hill, with not much on,' as they cavorted for up to 15 minutes to their audience after a heavy drinking session.
It was not known if the prostitutes with whom Zarei allegedly cavorted were called as witnesses.
But she's never cavorted with an act quite like this one.