The soil was thickly studded with cocoa-nut, papaw, and cotton-wood trees, above which the balloon seemed to disport
itself like a bird.
Now, however, it is time for the Achaeans to prepare supper while there is still daylight, and then otherwise to disport
themselves with song and dance which are the crowning ornaments of a banquet.
They can only destroy his surviving appeal (while he now disports
himself with his heavenly virgins) to adherents within the Mohammedan diaspora if they accurately understand the man and his message.
It is in this gap that the criminaloid disports
It might be in the same city as some of Spain's finest sights, the Prado with its interminable queues, the Casa de Correos (post office) with its elegant architecture, the Bernabeu, where Beckham displays and disports
himself, but given the gulf between them, it might as well be in another country.