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  • entertainment, playfulness

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  1. sportadjective


  2. sportadjective

    to amuse oneself, to play

    Jen has a new pair of sport shoes, and a new sports bra.


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  1. sport

    Entertainment and recreation imply thought and mental occupation, tho in an agreeable, refreshing way; they are therefore words of a high order. Entertainment, apart from its special senses of a public performance or a social party, and predominantly even there, is used of somewhat mirthful mental delight; recreation may, and usually does, combine the mental with the physical. Amusement and pastime are nearly equivalent, the latter probably the lighter word; many slight things may be pastimes which we should hardly dignify by the name of amusements. Sports are almost wholly on the physical plane, tho involving a certain grade of mental action; fox-hunting, horse-racing, and baseball are sports. Certain sports may afford entertainment or recreation to certain persons, according to their individual tastes; but entertainment and recreation are capable of a meaning so high as never to be approached by any meaning of sport. Cheer may be very quiet, as the cheer of a bright fire to an aged traveler; merriment is with liveliness and laughter; fun and frolic are apt to be boisterous. Amusement is a form of enjoyment, but enjoyment may be too keen to be called amusement. Compare synonyms for ENTERTAIN.

    amusement, cheer, delight, diversion, enjoyment, entertainment, frolic, fun, merriment, pastime, pleasure, recreation

    ennui, fatigue, labor, lassitude, toil, weariness, work

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  1. sport

    play, frolic, wantonness, joke, diversion, merriment, gaiety, fun, amusement, recreation, game, pastime

    work, seriousness, business, earnestness

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  1. sport, athleticsnoun

    an active diversion requiring physical exertion and competition

    summercater, athletic contest, sport, athletics, mutant, play, mutation, variation, sportsman, fun, athletic competition, sportswoman

  2. sportnoun

    the occupation of athletes who compete for pay

    summercater, athletics, mutant, play, mutation, variation, sportsman, fun, sportswoman

  3. sport, summercaternoun

    (Maine colloquial) a temporary summer resident of Maine

    summercater, sport, athletics, mutant, play, mutation, variation, sportsman, fun, sportswoman

  4. sportnoun

    a person known for the way she (or he) behaves when teased or defeated or subjected to trying circumstances

    «a good sport»; «a poor sport»

    summercater, athletics, mutant, play, mutation, variation, sportsman, fun, sportswoman

  5. sport, sportsman, sportswomannoun

    someone who engages in sports

    summercater, sport, athletics, mutant, play, mutation, variation, sportsman, fun, sportswoman

  6. mutant, mutation, variation, sportnoun

    (biology) an organism that has characteristics resulting from chromosomal alteration

    sportsman, fun, fluctuation, sportswoman, mutant, play, genetic mutation, summercater, magnetic variation, athletics, variation, sport, variant, mutation, version, magnetic declination, chromosomal mutation, variance, edition, pas seul

  7. fun, play, sportverb

    verbal wit or mockery (often at another’s expense but not to be taken seriously)

    «he became a figure of fun»; «he said it in sport»

    manoeuvre, looseness, sportsman, fun, variation, summercater, period of play, shimmer, play, sportswoman, bid, mutant, maneuver, caper, romp, athletics, gaming, merriment, sport, frolic, mutation, playing period, free rein, child’s play, gambling, swordplay, gambol, dramatic play, playfulness, turn, drama

  8. sport, feature, boastverb

    wear or display in an ostentatious or proud manner

    «she was sporting a new hat»

    have, feature, swash, gas, run around, lark, disport, cavort, frisk, vaunt, lark about, romp, gasconade, skylark, sport, frolic, tout, bluster, blow, gambol, brag, boast, rollick, shoot a line

  9. frolic, lark, rollick, skylark, disport, sport, cavort, gambol, frisk, romp, run around, lark aboutverb

    play boisterously

    «The children frolicked in the garden»; «the gamboling lambs in the meadows»; «The toddlers romped in the playroom»

    boast, sport, lark, frolic, romp, run around, amuse, lark about, divert, rollick, disport, cavort, frisk, gambol, feature, skylark

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  1. sportnoun

    play, diversion, amusement, pastime, game, fun, frolic, gambol, prank, jest, recreation, hilarity, entertainment, merriment, mirth, jollity, joviality, pleasantry, merry-making

  2. sportnoun

    mockery, derision, mock, ridicule, contemptuous mirth

  3. sportverb

    play, frolic, disport, wanton, skip, frisk, romp, caper, make fun, make merry

  4. sportverb

    [Colloquial.] exhibit, display, make a show of

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  1. sportnoun

    amusement, game, recreation, fun, play, diversion, pastime, jollity, pleasantry, hilarity, gayety, merriment, derision, mockery, ridicule, jeer, plaything, toy, monstrosity, (Slang) sportsman

  2. sportverb

    frolic, play, caper, disport, exhibit wear, display

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  1. List of paraphrases for «sport»:

    sports, sporting, athletic, athlete, sportif, recreational, sportsman, gym, game, athletes, multi-sport, sportshift, multisport

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  1. The California-born Pruett:

    Daytona is a magical place for me and I love it, i’ve always said the Rolex 24 at Daytona is like the Super Bowl of Motorsports because you’re bringing the best of the best from all over the world and the challenge of both man and machine is fierce. What better way to say goodbye to the sport I love than at this revered place, surrounded by my respected peers and die-hard fans.

  2. Robert Boland:

    It’s democratized the sport… you can be a 6ft-10in shooter, you can be a 5ft-10in shooter, it gives coaches and teams who are smart a way to manage the cap as opposed to thinking, ‘How do I collect superstars?’.

  3. Jamal Khashoggi:

    I really feel like golf is a force of good in the world – I just try to be a great role model to kids. We are not politicians. I know you guys hate that expression, but we are really not, unfortunately. We are professional golfers, if Saudi Arabia wanted to use the game of golf as a way for them to get to where they want to be and they have the resources to accelerate that experience, I think we are proud to help them on that journey using the game of golf and the abilities that we have to help grow the sport and take them to where they want to be.

  4. Will Claye:

    My first Olympics in 2012, I walked and I was able to meet and take pictures with some of my idols in sport, some of the athletes that I look up to like Kobe( Bryant), LeBron( James) and actually being able to spend time with these people while we were preparing to do Opening Ceremonies, and those are the memories that last a lifetime… For someone who this may be their first Olympics, it’s a once in a lifetime thing. You never know if you’ll be able to get back to that stage.Traditional Tongan dress If this was an opening ceremony like no other, one thing remained unchanged compared to past Olympics : Pita Taufatofua made a return.Taufatofua first caught the attention of Olympic Stadium spectators in Rio five years ago when he appeared wearing traditional Tongan dress and covered in oil. Pita Taufatofua then repeated the act at the PyeongChang Winter Olympics two years later. Pita Taufatofua leads out Team Tonga during the opening ceremony. {.

  5. Nick Kyrgios:

    It’s so stressful now because every match I play, I’m kind of expecting to play so good, such a clean performance is not realistic in a sport like this where you’re playing day in, day out. I probably have to lower the expectation of playing like it’s a Wimbledon final every time. There are so many capable players who can play.

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  • sportAfrikaans
  • ስፖርትAmharic
  • esporteAragonese
  • رِياضة, رياArabic
  • idmanAzerbaijani
  • спортBashkir
  • спортBelarusian
  • спортBulgarian
  • ক্রীড়াBengali
  • esport, deportCatalan, Valencian
  • sport, ukazovat, předvádětCzech
  • sportDanish
  • Sport, Sportsmann, Sportsfrau, Spott treiben, sich vergnügen, zur Schau stellen, angeben mit, protzen mit, spielen, tragen, präsentieren, herumtollen, herumspielenGerman
  • άθλημαGreek
  • sportoEsperanto
  • deporte, deportista, espécimen, juguete, burla, aventura, burlarse, mostrar, jugar, llevarSpanish
  • sportEstonian
  • kirolBasque
  • ورزش, سرگرميPersian
  • teerenpeli, kilpailulaji, urheilija, epämuodostuma, leikkikalu, pelimies, urheilulaji, pelaaminen, uhkapeli, [[ihailtava]] [[ihminen]], kova tyyppi, leikkiä, kisaillaFinnish
  • flirt, sport, moquer, jouer, taquinerFrench
  • spòrs, sùgairScottish Gaelic
  • deporteGalician
  • ספורטHebrew
  • वर्ज़िश, खेल, खेल-कूदHindi
  • espòHaitian Creole
  • sportember, sportHungarian
  • սպորտArmenian
  • olahraga, olah ragaIndonesian
  • sportInterlingue
  • íþróttIcelandic
  • sportItalian
  • 運動, スポーツJapanese
  • სპორტიGeorgian
  • спортKazakh
  • កីឡាKhmer
  • ಕ್ರೀಡೆಗಳುKannada
  • 스포츠Korean
  • وه‌رزشKurdish
  • спортKyrgyz
  • risumLatin
  • ກິລາLao
  • sportasLithuanian
  • sportsLatvian
  • спортMacedonian
  • കായികവിനോദംMalayalam
  • спортMongolian
  • sukanMalay
  • sport, sportivMaltese
  • အားကစားBurmese
  • sportNorwegian
  • खेलNepali
  • sportDutch
  • idrettNorwegian Nynorsk
  • sportPolish
  • esporte, desportoPortuguese
  • sportRomanian
  • спортRussian
  • спорт, шпорт, športSerbo-Croatian
  • ක්‍රීඩාSinhala, Sinhalese
  • športSlovak
  • športnik/ športnca, šport, športnikSlovene
  • sportAlbanian
  • sport, idrott, sporta, visa uppSwedish
  • spotiSwahili
  • விளையாட்டுTamil
  • ఆటలుTelugu
  • варзишTajik
  • สปอร์ตThai
  • sportTurkmen
  • palakasanTagalog
  • sporTurkish
  • спортTatar
  • спортUkrainian
  • کھیل, ورزشUrdu
  • sportUzbek
  • thể thaoVietnamese
  • spotVolapük
  • 運動Chinese

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(n) 1. recreation, diversion, pastime, amusement, entertainment, play, distraction, relaxation, divertissement, pleasure, enjoyment, fun: I fish for sport, not to earn a living. 2. jest, humour, fun, mockery: They often call him rude names, but only in sport. 3. make sport of. tease, deride, make a laughing-stock (of), (hold up to) ridicule, make a fool of: She doesn’t like it when you make sport of her husband. -(v) 4. frolic, gambol, cavort, romp, caper, play, frisk, lark, rollick, skip about: These octogenarians are sporting about like young foals. 5. show off, exhibit, flaunt, display, wear: Keith arrived, sporting the latest in Italian footwear.

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  I. n.1. Play, diversion, amusement, pastime, game, fun, frolic, gambol, prank, recreation, gayety, entertainment, merriment, mirth, jollity, joviality, pleasantry, merry-making.2. Amusement, entertainment, diversion.3. Recreation.4. Jest, joke.5. Mockery, derision, mock, ridicule, contemptuous mirth, jeer.6. Toy, plaything.7. Play, idle jingle.8. Monstrosity, lusus naturae.9. Wantonness, looseness, amorous dallying.II. v. n.1. Play, frolic, di~, wanton, skip, frisk, romp, caper, make fun, make merry.2. Trifle.III. v. a.(Colloq.) Exhibit, display, make a show of. …

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  • athletics
  • fun
  • game
  • pastime
  • action
  • amusement
  • ball
  • disport
  • diversion
  • exercise
  • frolic
  • gaiety
  • games
  • picnic
  • play
  • pleasure
  • recreation
  • fun and games
  • physical activity
  • badinage
  • banter
  • derision
  • drollery
  • escapade
  • frolic
  • horseplay
  • jest
  • jesting
  • joke
  • jollification
  • jollity
  • kidding
  • merriment
  • mirth
  • mockery
  • mummery
  • nonsense
  • pleasantry
  • raillery
  • teasing
  • tomfoolery
  • trifling
  • practical joke
  • buffoon
  • butt
  • joke
  • laughingstock
  • mockery
  • plaything
  • target
  • jestee
  • object of derision
  • object of ridicule
  • don
  • exhibit
  • model
  • be dressed in
  • have on
  • show off

On this page you’ll find 176 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to sport, such as: athletics, fun, game, pastime, action, and amusement.

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      • distraction
      • diversion
      • entertainment
      • hobby
      • interest
      • joke
      • lark
      • play
      • prank
      • recreation
      • sport
      • amateur
      • animal
      • challenger
      • competitor
      • contender
      • contestant
      • games player
      • gorilla
      • iron person
      • jock
      • jockey
      • muscle person
      • player
      • professional
      • shoulders
      • sport
      • sportsperson
      • superjock
      • amateurs
      • animals
      • challengers
      • competitors
      • contenders
      • contestants
      • games players
      • gorillas
      • iron persons
      • jockeys
      • jocks
      • muscle persons
      • players
      • professionals
      • shoulders
      • sports
      • sportspersons
      • superjocks
      • come on strong
      • display
      • disport
      • exhibit
      • expose
      • flash
      • gesture
      • parade
      • raise
      • shake
      • show
      • show off
      • sport
      • swing
      • threaten
      • throw weight around
      • trot out
      • warn
      • wield
      • coming on strong
      • displaying
      • disporting
      • exhibiting
      • exposing
      • flashing
      • gesturing
      • parading
      • raising
      • shaking
      • showing
      • showing off
      • sporting
      • swinging
      • threatening
      • throwing weight around
      • trotting out
      • warning
      • wielding
      • escapade
      • gag
      • gambol
      • high jinks
      • hop
      • hot foot
      • jest
      • joke
      • jump
      • leap
      • mischief
      • monkeyshines
      • practical joke
      • prank
      • put on
      • revel
      • rib
      • rollick
      • shenanigan
      • sport
      • stunt
      • tomfoolery
      • trick

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      1. sport

      noun. [‘ˈspɔrt’] an active diversion requiring physical exertion and competition.


      • judo
      • track and field
      • horseback riding
      • recreation
      • team sport
      • outdoor sport
      • skating
      • rock climbing
      • spectator sport
      • athletic game
      • contact sport
      • archery
      • blood sport
      • row
      • diversion
      • water sport
      • gymnastics
      • racing
      • equitation
      • field sport
      • aquatics
      • cycling
      • gymnastic exercise
      • athletics
      • tightrope walking
      • riding
      • rowing
      • skiing
      • sledding


      • stupidity
      • overact
      • underact
      • tightness


      • desport (Old French (842-ca. 1400))

      Rhymes with Sport

      • underreport
      • misreport
      • teleport
      • vanwart
      • vancourt
      • valcourt
      • rancourt
      • precourt
      • jeancourt
      • extort
      • distort
      • contort
      • consort
      • comport
      • support
      • resort
      • report
      • purport
      • mccourt
      • mccort
      • laporte
      • laforte
      • import
      • exhort
      • escort
      • deport
      • cavort
      • athwart
      • zwart
      • thwart

      Sentences with sport

      1. Noun, singular or mass
      Men will need to have a sport coat or sweater to cover up, as well.

      2. Verb, non-3rd person singular present
      Unlike standard cooling coats, these special coats sport a camouflage design.

      Quotes about sport

      1. I consider skateboarding an art form, a lifestyle and a sport. ‘Action sport’ would be the least offensive categorization.
      Tony Hawk

      2. In France, cooking is a serious art form and a national sport.
      Julia Child

      3. I feel like skateboarding is as much of a sport as a lifestyle, and an art form, so there’s so much that that transcends in terms of music, fashion, and entertainment.
      Tony Hawk

      2. sport

      noun. [‘ˈspɔrt’] the occupation of athletes who compete for pay.


      • professional basketball
      • job
      • professional tennis
      • professional wrestling
      • professional football
      • professional baseball
      • sumo
      • line
      • business
      • professional golf
      • occupation
      • professional boxing


      • regulation time
      • overtime
      • good humor
      • ill humor


      • desport (Old French (842-ca. 1400))

      3. sport

      verb. [‘ˈspɔrt’] wear or display in an ostentatious or proud manner.


      • feature
      • boast


      • nonexistence
      • absence
      • nonexistent


      • desport (Old French (842-ca. 1400))

      4. sport

      noun. [‘ˈspɔrt’] (Maine colloquial) a temporary summer resident of Maine.


      • summercater
      • vacationist


      • eukaryote
      • prokaryote
      • stander


      • desport (Old French (842-ca. 1400))

      5. sport

      noun. [‘ˈspɔrt’] verbal wit or mockery (often at another’s expense but not to be taken seriously).


      • humour
      • wittiness
      • clowning
      • waggishness
      • wordplay
      • jocularity
      • comedy
      • drollery
      • wit
      • paronomasia
      • waggery
      • jocosity
      • pun
      • humor
      • play
      • funniness
      • witticism
      • fun


      • immovableness
      • refrain
      • stay in place
      • inactiveness


      • desport (Old French (842-ca. 1400))

      6. sport

      noun. [‘ˈspɔrt’] someone who engages in sports.


      • sportsman
      • athlete
      • jock


      • natural object
      • curve
      • straight line
      • uncover


      • desport (Old French (842-ca. 1400))

      7. sport

      verb. [‘ˈspɔrt’] play boisterously.


      • gambol
      • frolic
      • skylark
      • lark
      • cavort
      • play
      • frisk
      • romp
      • disport
      • rollick
      • run around


      • parasite
      • host
      • existent
      • impossibility


      • desport (Old French (842-ca. 1400))

      8. sport

      noun. [‘ˈspɔrt’] (biology) an organism that has characteristics resulting from chromosomal alteration.


      • organism
      • freak
      • mutant
      • monster
      • monstrosity
      • mutation
      • being
      • variation


      • seriousness
      • unplayful
      • playful
      • divest


      • desport (Old French (842-ca. 1400))

      9. sport

      noun. [‘ˈspɔrt’] a person known for the way she (or he) behaves when teased or defeated or subjected to trying circumstances.


      • someone
      • soul
      • person
      • individual
      • somebody


      • noncompliance
      • empty
      • dissuasion
      • defeat


      • desport (Old French (842-ca. 1400))

      Synonyms for (noun) sport

      Synonyms: sport

      Definition: the occupation of athletes who compete for pay

      Synonyms: sport, athletics

      Definition: an active diversion requiring physical exertion and competition

      Similar words: diversion, recreation

      Definition: an activity that diverts or amuses or stimulates

      Usage: scuba diving is provided as a diversion for tourists; for recreation he wrote poetry and solved crossword puzzles; drug abuse is often regarded as a form of recreation

      Synonyms: sport, play, fun

      Definition: verbal wit or mockery (often at another’s expense but not to be taken seriously)

      Usage: he became a figure of fun; he said it in sport

      Synonyms: mutant, mutation, variation, sport

      Definition: (biology) an organism that has characteristics resulting from chromosomal alteration

      Similar words: organism, being

      Definition: a living thing that has (or can develop) the ability to act or function independently

      Synonyms: sport, sportsman, sportswoman

      Definition: someone who engages in sports

      Similar words: athlete, jock

      Definition: a person trained to compete in sports

      Synonyms: sport

      Definition: a person known for the way she (or he) behaves when teased or defeated or subjected to trying circumstances

      Usage: a good sport; a poor sport

      Synonyms: sport, summercater

      Definition: (Maine colloquial) a temporary summer resident of Maine

      Similar words: vacationer, vacationist

      Definition: someone on vacation; someone who is devoting time to pleasure or relaxation rather than to work

      Synonyms for (verb) sport

      Synonyms: lark, lark about, frisk, frolic, gambol, rollick, romp, run around, sport, skylark, cavort, disport

      Definition: play boisterously

      Usage: The children frolicked in the garden; the gamboling lambs in the meadows; The toddlers romped in the playroom

      Similar words: play

      Definition: be at play; be engaged in playful activity; amuse oneself in a way characteristic of children

      Usage: The kids were playing outside all day; I used to play with trucks as a little girl

      Synonyms: boast, sport, feature

      Definition: wear or display in an ostentatious or proud manner

      Usage: she was sporting a new hat

      Similar words: feature, have

      Definition: have as a feature

      Usage: This restaurant features the most famous chefs in France

      Visual thesaurus for sport

      An activity involving physical exertion and skill, typically competitive in nature

      “Kelley was once the captain of Princeton’s hockey team, and his love of the sport and his own personal knowledge come through in the screenplay.”

      An activity engaged in for recreation

      “His ongoing tea business became financially irrelevant to his family. He was doing it just for sport.”

      A person or thing that is the object of ridicule or criticism

      “Never does man appear to greater disadvantage than when he is the sport of his own ungoverned passions.”

      (obsolete) Mockery or derision aimed at someone

      “Then make sport at me. Then let me be your jest.”

      Gaiety and fun

      A playful, lively, or mischievous activity or act

      A contest held to establish someone’s, or something’s, superiority or supremacy

      The sport of hunting animals

      A sudden desire or change of mind, especially one that is unusual or unexplained

      The sport of racing on foot

      A person who habitually flirts or attempts to seduce women

      The quality of being newfangled

      A lack of seriousness, especially in the context of fun or entertainment

      An unexpected detail or circumstance, often unpleasant or involving trickery

      Game played with a ball

      A person who spends money in an extravagant, irresponsible way

      A line of work or business

      A sport where players can hold or kick an ovoid ball

      To display or show (something) for others to see

      “They live in such fear that they have to sport a rifle everywhere they go.”

      To wear clothing of a given type

      “Charlie Lincoln did not sport his red tie, but wore his customary smile.”

      (rare) To amuse oneself or play in a lively, energetic way

      “She steps out of the house, whether to sport in the garden or walk in the street.”

      To carry, or be carrying, something

      To move (a baby or young child) up and down in a playful or affectionate way

      Relating to sports

      Having gained knowledge or skill in a particular field over time

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