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

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR BESTRIDES

One is mounted on a horse; the other bestrides a camel, just such a one as this by our side.

Is the stick that he bestrides perfectly identified with a horse?

One is mounted on a horse; the other bestrides a camel,—just such a one as this by our side.

He then bestrides the royal mule, dressed in kingly robes, which are composed of gold and silver cloth.

The eldest son, or a servant, bestrides the first horse, the pioneer's wife sits on the other.

He has lived a great deal abroad, and been everything you can imagine that 218 bestrides a horse and does brave things.

Hard by the reformer, a bandy-legged and garlanded Charles Second, made of lead, bestrides a tun-bellied charger.

The horse which he bestrides is small, but strongly made; the tail is long, and the mane seems to be plaited.

A man who bestrides a horse must be essentially different from a man who cowers in a canoe.

Beyond the church, one of the old town gates, a heavy stone arch, bestrides the street.