bridle path

See synonyms for bridle path on
  1. a wide path for riding horses.

Origin of bridle path

First recorded in1805–15

Words Nearby bridle path Unabridged Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2024

How to use bridle path in a sentence

  • "I wish you were going, sire," she said politely, as he walked beside the horses to the end of the bridle path.

    Napoleon's Young Neighbor | Helen Leah Reed
  • Where we stood a bridle-path parted from it at a sharp angle and made its way over the lower skirts of the hill country.

    The Yeoman Adventurer | George W. Gough
  • Other single equestrians came along the bridle-path, rising and falling from their park saddles in the park manner.

    What Will People Say? | Rupert Hughes
  • A bridle path then led past the door and joined a road that was a short cut into Westhaven.

  • The way before him was little more than a bridle-path along the earth thrown up beside a draining-ditch in a dense swamp.

    Bonaventure | George Washington Cable

British Dictionary definitions for bridle path

bridle path


/ (ˈbraɪdəlˌwɛɪ) /

  1. a path suitable for riding or leading horses: Also called (NZ): bridle track

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