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Sport, vb. to amuse one's self, to make merry, to play; 1) intr.: “hath learned to s. and dance,” Ven. 105. “advice is --ing while infection breeds,” Lucr. 907. “bids thee . . . to come and s.” Tp. IV, 1, 74. “to s. would be as tedious as to work,” H4A I, 2, 229.
2) refl.: “where I list to s. me,” Ven. 154. “to feast and s. us,” Shr. IV, 3, 185. “let her s. herself with that she's big with,” Wint. II, 1, 60. “must I s. myself,” H6C II, 5, 34.
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