verb (used with object), bri·dled, bri·dling.
verb (used without object), bri·dled, bri·dling.
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Origin of bridle
OTHER WORDS FROM bridlebri·dle·less, adjectivebridler, noun
WORDS THAT MAY BE CONFUSED WITH bridlebridal, bridle
Example sentences from the Web for bridle
"It's not very polite to tell us so, Mr. Dempsey," said the thin old lady, bridling.The Knight Of Gwynne, Vol. II (of II)|Charles James Lever
You had better go away,” said Mrs. Bilkins, bridling up, “or it will be the worse for you.
Mr. J: (bridling) Well, Senator, we in the Secretariat don't usually refer to such an occurrence in exactly those terms.If at First You Don't...|John Brudy
"If you think it's a job to set any man to, you'd better go and do it yourself," retorted Snell, bridling.The Skipper and the Skipped|Holman Day
Just as Madame Moreau was bridling, and soaring to the seventh heaven, she was recalled like a kite by a twitch at its line.A Start in Life|Honore de Balzac