noun, plural cab·ri·oles [kab-ree-ohlz; French ka-bree-awl]. /ˈkæb riˌoʊlz; French ka briˈɔl/.
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I remember,” replies the other; “for at that moment I gave six thousand francs a month to little Cabriole of the Varieties.Other People's Money|Emile Gaboriau
The next morning Cabriole woke up his master who dressed himself and went to take a walk.
Cabriole ran to his master to tell him the news, when Avenant bid him go and remind the queen of the poor prisoner.
But now, as soon as the horses arrived, I hurried into a cabriole, and bade farewell to my friend.Frankenstein|Mary Shelley
He early used the ogee curve and cabriole leg, the knees of which he carved with cartouches and leaves or other designs.Furnishing the Home of Good Taste|Lucy Abbot Throop