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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of sport.

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Examples

  • The title page sported a woodcut print that looked at first glance like a human form, until I noticed that all the parts—arms, legs, improbably oversized penis—were also drawings of buildings and people, like one of those optical illusions where you could see something as either a face or a collection of objects.

    Vicious Grace

  • The title page sported a woodcut print that looked at first glance like a human form, until I noticed that all the parts—arms, legs, improbably oversized penis—were also drawings of buildings and people, like one of those optical illusions where you could see something as either a face or a collection of objects.

    Vicious Grace

  • The title page sported a woodcut print that looked at first glance like a human form, until I noticed that all the parts—arms, legs, improbably oversized penis—were also drawings of buildings and people, like one of those optical illusions where you could see something as either a face or a collection of objects.

    Vicious Grace

  • I learned this the hard way when my initial Twitter username sported an underscore

    bub.blicio.us

  • I learned this the hard way when my initial Twitter username sported an underscore

    bub.blicio.us

  • Forbes had "sported" when he came in at six to write his stint.

    Kathleen

  • His clothes were flashy, and he "sported" several large diamonds.

    Frank Merriwell's Bravery

  • Julian therefore was not surprised to see his door "sported," but was surprised to find that, when he lifted the latch, the door did not open to his touch.

    Julian Home

  • Thus, if we have varied our usual dinner in some way that leaves a favourable impression upon our minds, so that our dinner may, in the language of the horticulturist, be said to have "sported," our tendency will be to revert to this particular dinner either next day, or as soon as circumstances will allow, but it is possible that several hundred dinners may elapse before we can do so successfully, or before our memory reverts to this particular dinner.

    Life and Habit

  • So, many sported not only fashionable ducktails but also burns on their necks.

    A Renegade History of the United States

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