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Noun(1) headgear for a horse; includes a headstall and bit and reins to give the rider or driver control(2) the act of restraining power or action or limiting excess
Verb(1) anger or take offense(2) put a bridle on(3) respond to the reins, as of horses
(1) I'm the only one who can saddle or bridle him without trouble.(2) Naturally, they bridle at suggestions that their pursuit of a European identity is mimicry.(3) Struggling a bit, Adam threw the bridle and reins over Midnight's head.(4) His female companion went out to the horse, taking its bridle and led it toward the back of the house.(5) Theo slipped the bridle onto the horse, and leaned over, picking the book up.(6) At first she seems to bridle at that, but not for long.(7) My first mate retrieved our towing bridle from a locker while Jeff flaked out our anchor line.(8) It was a miniature of Tam's horse, very detailed, with a bridle , saddle, and individual hairs in its mane and tale.(9) The dream of every cattle farmer in Namibia: to get that coloured rosette on the bull's bridle .(10) She jerked the strap of the bridle to emphasize the word ├ö├ç├┐die├ö├ç├û.(11) The bewhiskered older man held the bridle of the buggy horse until Sam was settled in his seat.(12) He rides her home and ties her up in the stable (or takes the horse for shoeing) before removing the bridle .(13) The exclusivity of the club means that non-members bridle when they are lectured by the rich and powerful.(14) The man reaching for the bridle saw Kemp and dropped the bridle of his horse like it was a hot poker.(15) Some-one please bridle this infamous brute, before it is too late!(16) Today's students bridle against the academic left's assault on America and American institutions, he argues.
(1) bridle path :: llwybr ceffylau
1. harness ::
2. headgear ::
3. hackamore ::
4. bristle ::
5. take offense ::
6. take umbrage ::
7. be affronted ::
chael eu cythruddo
8. be offended ::
cael eu tramgwyddo
9. get angry ::
mynd yn ddig
Different Formsbridle, bridled, bridles, bridling
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