Definitions

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  • noun A bridleway.

Etymologies

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bridle +‎ path

Examples

  • There was time to go for a quick walk along the bridlepath after lunch.

    The Course Of True Love

  • The road connecting these cities is now a comfortable highway, traversing a beautiful, undulating country, but at that time it was little more than a bridlepath; consequently the travelers were thoroughly fatigued when they reached their destination.

    Lucretia Borgia According to Original Documents and Correspondence of Her Day

  • On Riverside Drive horseback riders were cantering down the bridlepath, returning from early outings.

    Pipefuls

  • On the 22nd it was reported that, with only a handful of his followers, he had crossed the Magaliesberg range by a bridlepath and was riding southwards.

    The Great Boer War

  • "If Black Donald is a mail robber, then this little bridlepath is far enough off his beat."

    The Hidden Hand

  • Washington by the old bridlepath from Crawford's, when, climbing out of the woods and advancing upon that marvelous backbone of rock, the whole world opened upon his awed vision, and the pyramid of the summit stood up in majesty against the sky.

    Their Pilgrimage

  • Washington by the old bridlepath from Crawford's, when, climbing out of the woods and advancing upon that marvelous backbone of rock, the whole world opened upon his awed vision, and the pyramid of the summit stood up in majesty against the sky.

    The Complete Project Gutenberg Writings of Charles Dudley Warner

  • In a minute more, the thump of a horse's hoofs at a gallop was audible, where the bridlepath was hidden among the trees.

    Blind Love

  • She was, she said, the youngest woman in the tribe; and her husband, Peckanaminet, was the Indian we had met in the bridlepath.

    The Complete Works of Whittier

  • She was, she said, the youngest woman in the tribe; and her husband, Peckanaminet, was the Indian we had met in the bridlepath.

    Margaret Smith's Journal Part 1, from Volume V., the Works of Whittier: Tales and Sketches

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