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- n. bridle
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He was holding her mare; she jerked the briddle from his hand, led her mare back to the kitchen door, where she held her the remainder of the night.
The other riders leaning forward, holding their bridle reins close down to the bit, seemed to lift their horses as they sped away from Black Fan whose rider was leaning back holding the briddle reins at arm's length as if he feared she would go by the head.
The horse allowed himself to be taken by the briddle and lead, showing no sign of fear.
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“A seddle, my leddie,” said he, shouting the word at her at the top of his voice — “and a briddle.
"A seddle, my leddie," — said he, shouting the word at her at the top of his voice, — "and a briddle.
"A seddle, my leddie," -- said he, shouting the word at her at the top of his voice, -- "and a briddle.