bridle

[ brahyd-l ]SEE DEFINITION OF bridle

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR BRIDLE

Stephen caught the bridle, and Ambrose helped the burgess into the saddle.

Take my bridle off the wall, you, Jeff, and throw it at my feet.

Alleyne, you will come with me, and lead a spare horse by the bridle.

"It is well," said he, and with a shake of the bridle rode on down the woodland path.

Shandy gave the bridle a swing, and it clattered to the floor from its peg.

Langdon took Diablo by the bridle rein and led him in toward the stalls.

Why didn't you do as I told you—hang to the bridle and fight Denver off with your whip?

Then I was fairly prisoner, and held by the bridle for an hour.

Robin, still holding the bridle rein, stooped and picked them up.

But Robin only laughed and caught the Sheriff's bridle rein.

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