verb (used without object), car·a·coled, car·a·col·ing.
Origin of caracole
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Historical Examples of caracole
The horse of one of these cavaliers made a caracole which brought it nearly upon Alain as he was about to cross.The Parisians, Complete
When she found herself alone, she let her pony prance and caracole under a great pear-tree, and inwardly chafed against Anton.Debit and Credit