Never dance la cuisinire, that is to say, do not cut capers.
And you won't kick up, and rear up and cut capers, like a horse?
For Toddy, Alresca was simply an individual who sang and cut capers.
I had to choose: Cut capers and be followed, or walk in dignity, ignored.
With a pole he had stepped aboard, and then proceeded to "cut capers."
Then throwing aside his crutches, he began to cut capers, as if nothing ailed him, to the still greater amazement of the negro.
Like the Yankee Noodle, he cut capers that had no intelligible meaning in them, just to make people stare.
They dress him up in a clown's costume, and order him to cut capers, turn and twist and bow, and kill—he does it all submissively.
"Dancing-masters" were those who taught their scholars to cut capers by running swords through their legs.
They cut capers, take leaps of the easiest kind, climb up the trunk of a tree which a child three years old might climb.