< /ˈkæb riˌoʊlz; French ka briˈɔl/.
- Furniture. a curved, tapering leg curving outward at the top and inward farther down so as to end in a round pad, the semblance of an animal’s paw, or some other feature: used especially in the first half of the 18th century.
- Ballet. a leap in which one leg is raised in the air and the other is brought up to beat against it.
- Also called: cabriole leg a type of furniture leg, popular in the first half of the 18th century, in which an upper convex curve descends tapering to a concave curve
- ballet a leap in the air with one leg outstretched and the other beating against it