- He could not have buckled a bridle on his own .
- "sister badgery?" he bridled .
- Every individual taste, every natural appetite, was bridled by caution .
- Thought arising from factual experience may be a bridle or a spur .
- I knew he would bridle when i told him of my meeting with jones and victor .
- It's difficult to find bridle in a sentence. 用bridle造句挺难的
- The cathleen flapped the bridle reins sharply and the old mule moved off .
- Nature proved too strong even for the powerful feelings with which he endeavoured to bridle it .
- The king lifted her into the saddle, and with his hand on the bridle he led her along the pathway .
- The buckskin, finding no feed to her taste, took the trail stablewards, the bridle dragging .
- "my dear bounderby," said james, dismounting and giving his bridle to his servant, "i do see it. "
- He came upon emil's mane, jaded and lather-stained, her bridle broken, chewing the scattered tufts of hay outside the stable door .
- One, on "the watergate connection", bridled at any implication in my press conference that it was the press that was undermining public confidence .
- He bridled ( with anger ) at her offensive remarks
- Saddled and bridled so gallant rode he
- A boisterous horse must have a boisterous bridle