“gambol and I sat down and made a meal of his balls,” Juarez tells Luntz.
It was a lark, but I think its up to us to gambol over there, clothed and in our right mindsand own up.
Mr. Heath, bring on your Chinese and let them gambol and frisk.
In earnest about everything, he must work out his liberty before he could gambol.
No one was in sight, and he was free to gambol as much as he pleased.
As they approached they were greeted by the barking of a dog, and a brown setter ran out to gambol about Adrian.
I liked a bit of a gambol when I was a winikin bit of a pisky maid myself.
They gambol all their youth, live by the turf, the best of them are blacklegs, and they get fleeced at last.
"If you work as you gambol, I shouldn't think you'd be much in demand," laughed Judith.
For children are like lambs, I think; they also need to grow up in a green field, and to gambol there.
"frolic, merrymaking," 1590s, originally gambolde "a leap or spring" (c.1500), from Middle French gambade (15c.), from Late Latin gamba "horse's hock or leg," from Greek kampe "a bending" (on notion of "a joint"), from PIE *kamp- "to bend" (see campus).
1580s; earlier gambade (c.1500), from Middle French gambader, from gambade (see gambol (n.)). Related: Gamboled; gamboling; gambolling.