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When starting two new horses it is as well to do so with the couplings level and bitted cheek all round.
If a horse is found to be pulling or boring, he should be differently bitted at once, as every horse must be well under control.
It was impossible; so giving his orders stoutly and sharply, the horses were bitted and the girths tightened.
CROWN AND SCEPTREGEORGE MANVILLE FENN
My readers, however, are not lumberjacks but campers, and a double-bitted axe is a nuisance around camps.
A yard or two off, Jardine rubbed his double-bitted axe with a small round hone.
NORTHWEST!HAROLD BINDLOSS
In the eighteenth century we find parents becoming more humane, though still keeping their offspring pretty stiffly bitted.
When in the kennel he ought to be occasionally thus bitted, that he may not fret when he is first hunted with it.
DOG BREAKINGWILLIAM NELSON HUTCHINSON
The only fox-hunting I have ever done was on board an impetuous, tough-bitted, fore-and-aft horse that had emotional insanity.
Why does he neither, in military accouterments, appear mounted among his equals; nor manage the Gallic steed with bitted reins?
Breakfast dispatched, the boys hurried over to watch the two-bitted axe biting its huge kerf in the side of a ten-foot trunk.
UNEXPLORED!ALLEN CHAFFEE

WORD OF THE DAY

judderverb (used without object) | [juhd-er ]SEE DEFINITION