Definition of Besport
1. to disport [v -ED, -ING, -S] - See also: disport
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Literary usage of Besport
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Story of Assisi by Lina Duff Gordon (1901)
"... a bull and a lion besport themselves upon the shore, enormous birds sit on the bushes, and the sea is already full of every kind of fish ; slender pink ..."
2. Walks in London by Augustus John Cuthbert Hare (1883)
"Here John Sheffield, Duke of Buckingham, loved to besport himself, and led Lady Mary Wortley Montagu to write— ' Some dukes at ..."
3. Fennia by Suomen maantieteellinen seura (1899)
"... Henrik Klasson Horn och Nils Boije — att »efter Vi hafva besport att uti leden, som skall löpa in af uppenbara sjön till Helsingfors, ligge väl några ..."
4. Walks in London by Augustus John Cuthbert Hare (1878)
"Here John Sheffield, Duke of Buckingham, loved to besport himself, and led Lady Mary Wortley Montagu to write— " Some Dukes at Marylebone bowl time away. ..."
5. Macmillan's Magazine by John Morley, Mowbray Morris, David Masson, George Grove (1860)
"... living not twenty yards from the sea, occasionally to take a bath, particularly as they had no pond in which they might besport themselves, being, ..."