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  • n. Plural form of bridlepath.


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  • On reflection we came to the conclusion that whenever and however it was built, the bridge was of a type not uncommon in Cheshire, and often called Roman bridges, but erected in all probability in mediæval times, when only width enough was required for the passing of one horse -- in other words, when most roads were nothing but bridlepaths.

    From John O'Groats to Land's End

  • So still was the air, so deep was the silence of nature, that even on such sandy roads and bridlepaths as traversed the winding valley, the faintest hoof-beat was carried far.

    An Apache Princess A Tale of the Indian Frontier

  • Frothy mouthed coonts! theres plenty of green lanes and bridlepaths for the chavs and toffs to use on their horses ..


  • The official flight summary, which was released by Bedfordshire Police and Thames Valley Police, the forces that co-own the helicopter, states: 'Area search included bridlepaths from Longworth north to the River Thames east to Newbridge and back to Kingston Bagpuize.'

    Signs of the Times


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