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


"Drink or no drink," said Gloria, with a bridling of her head.

I 'aven't come to sharin' my butler's 'ouse,' said Mrs Clay, bridling.

"It's our business what we do with her after we pay our money," declared Fogg, bridling.

"I'm sure I don't know what makes you think so," she answered, bridling a little.

Out in the clearing, a man was bridling a tall buckskin horse.

In ten more they are among their horses, drawing in the trail-ropes and bridling them.

"Well, I can assure you he was made for better things," she went on, bridling.

"I suppose you wish me to believe you are sorry," I said, bridling just the least bit.

Julian frowned, bit his lips, bridling his anger with difficulty.

I beg you not to preach to me, Theodore, she answered, bridling.