Definition of Caprioled
1. capriole [v] - See also: capriole
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Literary usage of Caprioled
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Autobiography by John Stuart Mill, Thomas Carlyle (1909)
"... oak and triple brass, caprioled their huge war-horses, shook their death-doing spears; and went forth in the most determined manner, nothing doubting. ..."
2. Festivals and Plays in Schools and Elsewhere by Percival Chubb (1912)
"Her garlands, too, of varied hue the merry milkmaid wove, And Jack the Piper caprioled within his dancing grove; Will, Friar Tuck, and Little John, ..."