The morrow was the great Calesford day; Henrietta carolled of it.
She stroked her own smooth cheek, and carolled out, "What a pretty barbule!"
So she carolled it forth like the birds, in a sweet and simple song.
And I carolled, not as if I had been young Siegfried, but a young dragon, nay!
The birds flitted from bough to bough and carolled louder and lustier than ever.
In the meantime Nino carolled out one love song after another.
The match is carolled in ballads, while the rabble throw their caps up.
"So sorry to have been so long," carolled a voice from above.
He was aware of innumerable birds that carolled with a piercing and intolerable sweetness.
He chirped, and prattled, and carolled, and was sorry I was going away—but never a word about Andy.