Cavort

Definitions
To Skip, Frolic, Prance, Jump, Dance, Bounce, and to Frisk.

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Pronunciation
(kuh-vort) is the English pronunciation
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Part of Speech
The word cavort is a verb. A verb describes what a noun is doing.
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Sample Sentences
Mikey and Chris were starting to cavort as their parents told them they'd get a dog for Christmas.
Mr. Simpson made a fool out of himself by cavorting during his job interview.
Rosa cavorted when the coach told her that she made the track team.
Henry cavorts when he hears the very good news about his math test.
Variations
The variations of cavort are cavorting, cavorted, and cavorts.
Synonyms
Synonyms for the word cavort are caracol,rollick, and caper.
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Antonyms
Antonyms for cavort are sulk, mope, pout, and stew.
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Picture
This is a picture of an animal cavorting.
external image cavorting_snubbler.jpg