Definition of Bridle at
1. Verb. Show anger or indignation. "She bristled at his insolent remarks"
Lexicographical Neighbors of Bridle At
Literary usage of Bridle at
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Southern Literary Messenger (1849)
"... rope, like a bridle. At all times, this is a moment of frantic exertion with sailors, who?e spirits seem then to partake of the commotion of the ..."
2. A History of Agriculture and Prices in England: From the Year After the by James Edwin Thorold Rogers, Arthur George Liddon Rogers (1887)
"In 1599 the saddle of the All Souls Warden costs 96^., a saddle and bridle at Magdalen College 595. 4,d. ... In 1600 a saddle and bridle at Eton College is ..."