Instead he yelped again and capered with the grace of a cow.
He danced and capered about like one gone mad until the fire had gone out.
We danced, we capered, at the risk of our necks, among the slippery kayaks.
And thus they capered about in the scenic room, making a chaos of it.
They capered round him, and he threw straw and leaves at them.
They curvetted and capered about just as ponies do sometimes.
Its flanks were rounded with fat, and it capered as it galloped along.
She capered about on the top of the hill with wild eyes like an excited child.
But he capered about and danced for glee And laughed and joked at their misery.
They capered about, oof-oofing, and enjoyed their trough and contents.