noun, plural cab·ri·oles [kab-ree-ohlz; French ka-bree-awl] /ˈkæb riˌoʊlz; French ka briˈɔl/.
Origin of cabriole
Examples from the Web for cabriole
But now, as soon as the horses arrived, I hurried into a cabriole, and bade farewell to my friend.Frankenstein|Mary Shelley
The table with cabriole legs came into fashion, and immediately cabriole legs in some form or other became de rigueur.
These clearly point to the transition between the cabriole leg and the straight leg of Chippendale, and are about 1760 in date.Chats on Cottage and Farmhouse Furniture|Arthur Hayden
This idea must have arisen from the fact that many chairs of the eighteenth century with cabriole legs, did have stuffed backs.The Art of Interior Decoration|Grace Wood
The next morning Cabriole woke up his master who dressed himself and went to take a walk.Bo-Peep Story Books|Anonymous