(1) So, the wonderful free gambol in the pastures is over and The Guardian is now having to share the cowshed with everybody else; even the BBC will find itself lassoed by the government sooner or later.(2) the two of them run off to the woods for a gambol together(3) Her engaging survey and his fittingly opulent volume, an upbeat gambol through Bollywood's history, are both the work of knowledgeable enthusiasts.(4) The dog at his feet, who'd been sniffing at me suspiciously and tugging at its leash, gave a sudden gambol and licked my hand, barking enthusiastically.(5) Compared to today, Monday qualified as a carefree gambol around Disneyland.(6) Dogs of decent size need a romp - a flat-out run, a gambol in a field or forest, a chance to splash in running water.(7) I grabbed Christian and made him indulge in a gambol with me.(8) The creators wanted him to resemble an ivy-league professor out for an autumnal gambol about the campus.(9) The draw has brought the inevitable return of him for a last gambol around Highbury and if they emulate Liverpool in dismissing Juve in the quarters, then they may face Inter followed by Barca or AC Milan in the final.(10) For example, in 1960 The New York Times fashion writer had talked about Jackie's bouffant hairdo ├ö├ç├┐that gambolled merrily in the breeze├ö├ç├û.(11) So the animals will soon stop whimpering and licking their sore tails and soon start gambolling about again.(12) Not only has he scrummaged well on what for him is the ├ö├ç├┐wrong├ö├ç├û side, but he has gambolled about the park like a spring chicken, knocking people over and generally contributing far more to loose play than anyone expected.(13) The newborn lambs gambolling in the fields are oblivious to the heartache which engulfed Town End farm two years ago, yet they symbolise the fresh optimism of farmer Chris.(14) Though for me the prettiest picture was the short white climb through wood anemones that brought us out of the valley and set us up for pastures where lambs posed on tree trunks and gambolled on grassy knolls to a backdrop of Helmsley Castle.(15) At Dagne's Reef we passed time with Ben and Jerry, a pair of groupers who clearly enjoy divers' company and gambolled around like playful puppies.(16) There is nothing, indeed, that makes the judicious grieve more than maladroit flattery, which is as embarrassing to the victim as the clumsy caresses of the horse in the fable who tried to emulate the dog's gambols about his master.