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See definition of bestridden on Dictionary.com
  • as inmount
  • as instraddle
  • as intower above
  • as indominate

synonyms for bestridden

  • arise
  • escalate
  • go up
  • rise
  • soar
  • ascend
  • back
  • bestride
  • escalade
  • lift
  • scale
  • tower
  • up
  • vault
  • clamber up
  • climb onto
  • climb up on
  • get astride
  • get up on
  • jump on

antonyms for bestridden

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  • decrease
  • lessen
  • lower
  • descend
  • alight
  • decline
  • dismount
  • drop
  • fall
  • slump
  • subside
  • unfix
      • follow
      • go along
      • submit
      • surrender
      • yield
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      How to use bestridden in a sentence

      A horse, they said, was something that they personally had never bestridden.
      LIFE'S MINOR COLLISIONSFRANCES WARNER
      He rode no inferior animals—the best blooded horses of old Kentucky were bestridden by the daring raider.
      LIFE AND ADVENTURES OF FRANK AND JESSE JAMESJ. A. DACUS
      Not for twenty years had he bestridden one, and he did not understand such new devices as free-wheels and change of gears.
      HUNTINGTOWERJOHN BUCHAN
      Not a creature was within call, and those dreaded fissures had to be bestridden.
      THE ROOF OF FRANCEMATILDA BETHAM-EDWARDS
      There loomed, at thirty feet away, colossal beasts bestridden by giants.
      THE LONG ROLLMARY JOHNSTON
      At the same time Cully places himself beside that bestridden by Roblez.
      THE LONE RANCHECAPTAIN MAYNE REID
      Then followed a boat in the shape of a great dolphin bestridden by Neptune; on the poop stood two winged angels to waft it along.
      VENICE AND ITS STORYTHOMAS OKEY
      He was in swell society on the occasion of our first meeting, being bestridden by the colonel of the regiment.
      STARLIGHT RANCHCHARLES KING
      Pegasus, bestridden by the historic muse, snorts impatiently for his first feed of warlike beans.
      THE LIFE OF SIR JOHN FALSTAFFROBERT B. BROUGH
      Strange as it may seem, it is very light upon the horse, which is also bestridden by the postilion, or calisero.
      HISTORY OF CUBA; OR, NOTES OF A TRAVELLER IN THE TROPICSMATURIN M. BALLOU
      SYNONYM OF THE DAY
      OCTOBER 26, 1985
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