The more they kept to their village, the bolder grew the wild things that gambolled
and bellowed on the grazing-grounds by the Waingunga.
in wildly and behind him twenty others perhaps, mostly Pierrots and Pierrettes holding each other by the hand and winding in and out between the chairs and tables: eyes shining in the holes of cardboard faces, breasts panting; but all preserving a mysterious silence.
Some few of the late company who had gambolled
in the tower, remained there, spinning over and over a little longer; but these became at every turn more faint, and few, and feeble, and soon went the way of the rest.
He never played and gambolled
about with the other puppies of the camp.
They still piled the brushwood round the base of the tower, and gambolled
hand in hand around the blaze, screaming out the doggerel lines which had long been the watchword of the Jacquerie:
Bare-legged boys flirted sweetly with ragged maidens, slept on stone steps, gambolled