1 The air was dark with Davises, and many Joneses gamboled like a flock of young giraffes.
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2 His watermelon-pink tongue lapped out, his whole body wiggled and his joyful contortions were as ludicrous as the gambolings of a mastiff.
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3 Everything she did seemed to amuse him, as though she were a gamboling kitten.
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4 Above them was a bare, rounded rock, on each side of which the water played its gambols, and plunged into the abysses beneath, in the manner already described.
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5 The little kitten, feasting her eyes on him, seemed ready at any moment to start her gambols again and display her kittenish nature.
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