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How to use caracole in a sentence

The warriors most famous for valor and strength advanced, making their horses caracole round about the fire.
SNNICAVICENTE BLASCO IBEZ
The horse of one of these cavaliers made a caracole which brought it nearly upon Alain as he was about to cross.
THE PARISIANS, COMPLETEEDWARD BULWER-LYTTON
We are to halt two days here, and before that is over, I hope you'll have made your last caracole in the riding-school of Nancy.'
MAURICE TIERNAY SOLDIER OF FORTUNECHARLES JAMES LEVER
When she found herself alone, she let her pony prance and caracole under a great pear-tree, and inwardly chafed against Anton.
DEBIT AND CREDITGUSTAV FREYTAG
The victorious knight made his horse caracole before the king, and bowed low in his saddle.
ROLLING STONESO. HENRY

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