The literary world he helped found and nurture, and whose landscape he bestrode like the colossus he was—that world is gone.
Edmund Morgan, 97 Diminutive, almost elfin in appearance, he bestrode his field like a colossus.
Both Margaret Thatcher and Tony Blair bestrode their nation for periods in excess of two U.S. presidential terms.
He would have enjoyed it still more if the horse he bestrode had been less rough of motion.
Oh, the rapture with which Lily bestrode the aerobike for the first flight!
Always sympathetic for dumb beasts, Dick was hurt by every hobbling stride of the animal he bestrode.
One last glance I gave her as I bestrode the rail of her balcony.
On she went, and well had she her own wishes answered by the fiery little animal she bestrode.
All sense of pain left him, even all consciousness of the horse that he bestrode.
He saw Baltasar galloping at full speed up the valley, the double burthen apparently unfelt by the vigorous animal he bestrode.