Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.


He had bestridden the nervous pinto and Molly was “acting up.”

Strange as it may seem, it is very light upon the horse, which is also bestridden by the postilion, or calisero.

While so employed, he could not help reflecting that the nag was just a trifle too good to be bestridden by a secret police-agent.

Pegasus, bestridden by the historic muse, snorts impatiently for his first feed of warlike beans.

He rode no inferior animals—the best blooded horses of old Kentucky were bestridden by the daring raider.

At the same time Cully places himself beside that bestridden by Roblez.

Not for twenty years had he bestridden one, and he did not understand such new devices as free-wheels and change of gears.

Not a creature was within call, and those dreaded fissures had to be bestridden.