Thesaurus / gambolling


A tame kid was gambolling behind them, and two women were grinding corn, with the millstone between them.

The little schooner was gambolling all around her anchor among the silver-tipped waves.

"Captains Courageous"Rudyard Kipling

A flock of sheep were grazing among the trees, and their lambs were gambolling from place to place.

Or what drew Adams's closer attention: "There goes old Boutwell gambolling like the gambolling kid!"

They seemed to be great friends with my guide, gambolling around him and buffeting him unmercifully.

Tales of the Wonder ClubM. Y. Halidom (pseud. Dryasdust)

Sallie was sitting, her handsome head bent over her sewing,—Frankie gambolling about the floor.

What Answer?Anna E. Dickinson

A fine porpoise had been gambolling in the river, near the Haven Bridge.

Yarmouth NotesFrederick Danby Palmer

And, in very truth, run and leap he did, gambolling wildly down the stretch of lawn outside the long window.

The gambolling grace, the obvious good humour, the animal hilarity of it all, was absorbingly amusing.

Rolf In The WoodsErnest Thompson Seton

He was off with a bound, gambolling about her like a wave of the sea.

Boy WoodburnAlfred Ollivant

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