“The result was that Dulcie "bridled" in a twitter of wounded faith and anger.”
“The chief merit of her figure lay in this particular, that she "bridled" well.”
“Republicans bridled at weekend comments from Sen. Richard Durbin D., Ill., who said he wanted no further domestic-spending cuts because the Democrats' alternative had already "pushed this to the limit.”
“Make Your Mental Health Care a Team Sport It's tough staying emotionally stable nowadays and many of you bridled at my suggestion that you trade in your one-on-one-$150-a-session-Ph.D.-accredited-shrink for a $50-per session group therapist.”
“I also wonder about Depp and depth, or rather Depp and range, two elements consistently missing in his performances, bridled as they are by a post-Warholian lack of affect or commitment.”
“He bridled that the players were advised not to say anything to the media.”
“Critics bridled at a permanent increase in the mortgage fee to pay for such a short-term tax break.”
“In the U.S. and U.K., at least, with the dismantling of many New Deal era reforms in a conservative counterrevolution in the enduring debate about the pie and its pieces, and the role of government in all this, the more loosely bridled forces of capitalism are once again at play, creating new economies and destroying old ones -- an inherently unstable process.”
“However, when asked how she was coping with her decline, Sharapova bridled.”
“But she bridled at the contempt for men she encountered among many movement activists.”
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