Definition of cavort
- Otters cavorted in the stream.
- The governor has been criticized for cavorting with celebrities.
Otters cavorted in the stream.
children cavorting on the first sunny day of spring
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cut capers, kick up one's heels;
: to jump or move around in a lively manner
: to spend time in an enjoyable and often wild or improper way
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