Had his friend's wife opened the door with another key in some fit of curiosity and disported herself in those clothes?
I'm just hearing how Philip disported himself at his 'lunchun.'
This was the simple and childlike way that these two men, each a genius in his own way, disported themselves on a holiday.
Whales, that they had not the means of taking, disported around them.
Were not carnage and plunder the very elements in which they disported themselves?
Those favoured fair ones are not there now, but she herself is; owner of the very Paradise in which they disported themselves!
For a blessed half-hour he disported himself in imagination by the “gay Aleppo-Gate,” and listened to the bird-voiced singing-man.
Outside the station the usual crowd had gathered, where it disported itself like a herd of wild elephants.
From those heights of beautiful emotion where he had disported himself lately there could be no gradual lapse into indifference.
Most daring of all at the festival, these fifty girls who now disported themselves in the water at my feet.