Third-person singular simple present indicative form of cavort.(verb)
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Use "cavorts" in a sentence
"He cavorts like a little kid, jokes like an old soul, dances like a gazelle, bellows like a bitch in heat, and dons more fancy costumes than a cadre of superheroes."
"An energetic cast, headed by the unsinkable Helen Mirren as deposed Milanese royalty Prospera (here given a change of gender), cavorts through a digitally enhanced version of the Bard's tragicomic tale of exile, shipwreck, old wounds and young love set on a remote island."
"Yesterday alone I was described as one who “cavorts with fellow writers.”"