Curvetted in a sentence

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How to use curvetted in a sentence. Curvetted pronunciation.

She curvetted; she almost pranced; and she made noises with her mouth as though she saw some one eating a sour apple.
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The Duke stretched out his hand, took the reins, put foot in stirrup, and mounted; and the good horse pawed, pranced, reared himself up, and curvetted.
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I seen the strapping fellow when he was a little chap sitting astride the old vagabond's neck, with his little feet crooked in under his armpits, laughing and screaming uproariously as his human horse underneath him pranced and curvetted along the pavement, and charged through the flock of childish admirers around him, as if they were a hostile soldiery and Dick was a very Henry of Navarre, whose white plume must always be found in the path to glory.
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This as Wildfire curvetted, snorting, sidled and performed an impassioned dance upon the footpath.
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Gaily the grey horses curvetted to their destination at the church-gate, a laughter in the whole movement.
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Examples of Curvetted

Example #1
Mrs. Critchlow was very agitated, from sheer nervousness.
Example #2
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Example #3
The Viscount of Toarz saw how the Duke bore himself in arms, and said to his people that were around him, 'Never have I seen a man so fairly armed, nor one who rods so gallantly, or bore his arms or became his hauberk so well; neither any one who bore his lance so gracefully, or sat his horse and managed him so nobly.
Example #4
Neither arms nor the press of fighting men did it fear, if its lord spurred it on.
Example #5
Who of us with the burden of life's toil and care weighing us down, ever saw a frolicsome group of them, happy in their freedom from trouble and care, and did not wish he might slip his shoulders from under the load of his fifty years and be a boy again?
Example #6
There's Dick there, six feet if he's an inch and gone twenty last month.