Cavort — love whimsical fun
April 1, 2016
____ ‘Tis Friday, and I encourage you to consider how you will Cavort tonight.
Cavort is a verb; it has no noun or adjective relation. In summary, cavort is simply about action.
Yet the action itself may not necessarily be simple.
Dictionary.com defines Cavort as:
1. to prance or caper about.
2. to behave in a high-spirited, festive manner; make merry.
However you cavort, you will surely be smiling.
— Mrs. Sutter instructed the nanny to take the children to the park every afternoon; she preferred that they cavort outdoors rather than sit inside and watch TV.
— After Roger realized he had won the lottery, he went downtown and cavorted all evening, and invited friends and strangers alike to join in.
— The resort guests cavorted throughout the property’s tennis courts, swimming pools and nightclubs.
Cavort is not excluded to weekends. Nor is it a Friday night requirement. It’s more about whimsy that can take you — or you can take — at any time.
Will you Cavort tonight?
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