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


One last glance I gave her as I bestrode the rail of her balcony.

All sense of pain left him, even all consciousness of the horse that he bestrode.

Oh, the rapture with which Lily bestrode the aerobike for the first flight!

My friend Caldecott bestrode a powerful steed suited to his size.

He was, indeed, a young giant, and bestrode a horse suitable to his weight.

The other was bestrode by a savage, who appeared to be the leader of the band.

Then he turned to a lean rider who bestrode a tall, rangy horse.

The horses they bestrode were of the Mexican breed, or, in common parlance, mustangs.

The mule he bestrode was suddenly caparisoned with a sheet of ice.

The little animal that I bestrode could not have exceeded fifteen hands.