Definition of 'bridle'
Example sentences containing 'bridle'
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Fred would want less of my bit and bridle. Middlemarch (1872)It is the other side of a public bridle path and almost overgrown with vicious brambles. Times, Sunday Times (2009)First the saddle, then the bridle and the bit. FRIENDS FOR LIFE (2003)There is also a beautiful park with lakes, bridle paths and a wildlife reserve. The Sun (2009)You'd think the horse would bridle at being plucked. The Sun (2011)MANY consultants bridle at the suggestion that they are rarely to be seen in hospitals at weekends. Times, Sunday Times (2013)His cloak was of many colours and he rode the land on a white horse, whose bridle shone with silver. Phoenix From the Flame (1994)It is a sensible precaution to attach little metal discs with your name and telephone number on to your horse's saddle and bridle. Your First Horse - buying, feeding, caring (1989)I will keep my car off bridle paths if she'll keep her horse off the roads. Times, Sunday Times (2006)By this I mean taking your saddle and bridle to pieces so you can give them a really good clean. Your First Horse - buying, feeding, caring (1989)There is a horse-riding centre and 30 miles of bridle paths. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Once over the ford, you'll come to a bridle path. Times, Sunday Times (2012)He probably shows too much pace to go further than two miles but he's not a bridle horse, just a quick one. Times, Sunday Times (2012)I've no inclination to hang around bridle paths, panting. Times, Sunday Times (2007)DOWNSIDE There is a bridle path running through the property, which may be an issue for some purchasers. Times, Sunday Times (2015)QI enjoy riding on the bridle paths and tracks around where I live. Times, Sunday Times (2013)
Synonyms of 'bridle'
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Translations for 'bridle'
British English: bridle NOUN
A bridle is a set of straps that is put around a horse's head and mouth so that the person riding or driving the horse can control it.
Definition of bridle from the Collins English Dictionary
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