There he was, larking with Miss Harris, but I took no notice of him at all. '
The crew, too, had taken it in the spirit of larking––at first.
They understood perfectly the uncertain temper of "larking" woodsmen.
In the morning, however, he was up singing and larking round the house.
She and the young one have gone off larking, for wild flowers, I believe.
I have said that larking met with more than toleration—with sympathy.
Did you two get larking yesterday and drop the letter on your way to the post?
"Dick and Alec larking again," observed the Commander dryly.
We thought it was a cat at first, and then I thought there was no one there, and I was just larking.
No breaking of rules, no larking, no wearing of civilian dress.