They were all glittering with gold and polished steel, and their horses bounded and caracoled as if impatient for a charge.'
Along the darkening mountain-paths the two gentlemen (for such their outward bearing proclaimed them) caracoled together.
At the head of it rode Fanfaronade himself upon a white horse, which pranced and caracoled to the sound of the trumpets.
As he rode through the gathering darkness he caracoled with an enviable lightness of heart.
She deemed me some knight-errant who caracoled through Italy in quest of imperilled maidens needing aid.
Alfred Grnfeld, of Vienna, caracoled across the keys in an amiably dashing style.