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Definition of "gamboling" [gamboling]

  • Present participle of gambol. (verb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "gamboling" in a sentence
  • "Spiral notebooks with fluffy white kittens, gamboling puppies, and vampy women batting dark-lashed eyes."
  • "Prettily and sexily costumed by Ms. Kurtzman in brief baby-doll tunics in a range of cerise and gray hues sparingly appliquéd with tiny roses and paired with pearlescent trunks, Mr. Morris's octet of women form a gamboling sisterhood—think classical nymphs rendered by Isadora Duncan."
  • "Mr. Boal's action and dance additions, duly spelled out in the program's scene-by-scene chart, vary and at times jar: The opening, with the village children gamboling into view, looks more like a free-time ballet-class romp than the playful bucolic vignette."
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