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bridle in Horses topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbridlebri‧dle1 /ˈbraɪdl/ noun [countable]  DSHa set of leather bands put around a horse’s head and used to control its movements
Examples from the Corpus
bridleThen he heard, faintly but distinctly, the jingle of a bridle.Then he puts on a bridle and saddle.Some solo flyers claim never to change bridle settings.If the rings do not align symmetrically, look for a mark on either bridle.One of the men turned his horse by seizing its bridle.Riven hung on to his mount's bridle grimly whilst it bucked and reared in a desperate effort to get away.Most kite designs specify the bridle line lengths and the attachment points.The boy walked up to it and pulled its head up with the bridle, leading it out of the trees.