Antonyms for shied

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


They seemed to be numerous, for she shied at every shadow on the road.

The horse saw me appear directly in front of him, shied and reared.

The stable-hands all seemed to know Pinckney and to be proud of it, but they shied some at Rajah and me.

When he joined her, the pony, whose reins had been tied to the pack, snorted and shied.

He shied the book into a corner, drew off his boots and cast them into the hall.

You only managed it this time because my horse got frightened and shied.

But it struck Farnsworth, as he said afterward, that the boy "shied" a little.

Peter picked up a stone and shied it joyously at a thrush in the bushes.

Thal on a horse that shied and reared at the flames and confusion.

I began to see, or thought I did, why Hope had shied at my offer and was now shunning me.