I knew him at once among the cavorting throng of challenging devils.
Mnchen with dignity thrown to the winds and cavorting in the dress of a clown!
There were dozens of them, frisking and cavorting in the air.
The women join the dance, cavorting about unclothed, just as the men do.
Well, what idea do you suppose has been cavorting through my brain all night?
Have your picnic, Mr. Gwynne said, but dont expect us to do any cavorting around over it.
Huntington, the sedate Huntington, was cavorting like a two-year-old, yet Hamlen saw nothing incongruous in his conduct.
From this comes the Americanism cavorting, running or riding round in a heedless or purposeless manner.
Wallowing on the daisy-powdered turf, Clutching at the sunlight, Cavorting in the shadow.
Frequently the crowd of onlookers were charged by these cavorting and prancing steeds.