to prance or caper about.
to behave in a high-spirited, festive manner; make merry.
(intransitive) to prance; caper
1793, cauvaut, American English, of uncertain origin, sometimes said to be an alteration of curvet “a leap by a horse,” from French and related to curve (v.). Or perhaps from ca- colloquial intensive prefix + vault “to jump, leap.” Modern form attested by 1829. Related: Cavorted; cavorting.
cavosurface ca·vo·sur·face (kā’vō-sûr’fəs) adj. Of or relating to the wall of a cavity and the surface of a tooth.
- Cavosurface angle
cavosurface angle n. The angle formed by the junction of a cavity wall and the surface of a tooth.
Camillo Benso di [kah-meel-law ben-saw dee] /kɑˈmil lɔ ˈbɛn sɔ di/ (Show IPA), 1810–61, Italian statesman: leader in the unification of Italy. Contemporary Examples Historical Examples noun Conte Camillo Benso di (kaˈmillo ˈbɛnzo di).1810–61, Italian statesman and premier of Piedmont-Sardinia (1852–59; 1860–61): a leader of the movement for the unification of Italy
ceiling and visibility unlimited