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The dog was heading for them straight as an arrow; barking and cavorting in a fashion wonderful to see.
Frequently the crowd of onlookers were charged by these cavorting and prancing steeds.
I'd admire to see him cavorting around on the pinnacles after horse-thieves or whisky-runners or a bunch of bad Indians.
Huntington, the sedate Huntington, was cavorting like a two-year-old, yet Hamlen saw nothing incongruous in his conduct.
Wallowing on the daisy-powdered turf, Clutching at the sunlight, Cavorting in the shadow.
There were dozens of them, frisking and cavorting in the air.
From this comes the Americanism cavorting, running or riding round in a heedless or purposeless manner.
Pete hasn't been cavorting round over town, grandpa—he's just been over to the Curriers'.
Prince did not feel so much like cavorting, as Tim called it, and followed the sled at a sober gait.
It made off due east, cavorting and snorting until it reached the tank-track; there it stopped and picked a bit of grass.
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