They curvetted and capered about just as ponies do sometimes.
We have seen sport in our day; we have paraded and curvetted, eh?
He curvetted some; then lay still, and swore weak oaths that wouldn't have hurt a sick chicken!
As I dashed along the streets, my horse, maddened with the impulse that stirred my own heart, curvetted and plunged unceasingly.
Whereupon the seats revolved gayly, the Arabs curvetted; and from the base of the stout canopy pole there sounded a merry tune.
His lower limbs, beneath the surface of the stage, frisked and curvetted about "like a horse in Ducrow's arena."
Obedient to the lightest touch or word of his master, with ears in restless motion, he curvetted like a racer under the wire.
She curvetted and circled around and stood on her hind legs in a most alarming manner.
Well, as Jacques and I curvetted along, skirting the low bushes at the edge of a wood, out burst a whole herd of buffaloes.