A form of furniture leg that curves outward and then narrows downward into an ornamental foot, characteristic of Queen Anne and Chippendale furniture.(noun)
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Use "cabriole" in a sentence
"But now, as soon as the horses arrived, I hurried into a cabriole, and bade farewell to my friend."
"He expressed his enthusiasm by referring to a leaping ballet step: "We should clap and cabriole with delight.""
"The mahogany stool and hinged lid had a large, shaped apron on all sides to hide the enclosed pot, and stood on cabriole legs with pad feet."