[ UK /bɪstɹˈa‍ɪd/ ]
  1. get up on the back of
    mount a horse
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How To Use bestride In A Sentence

  • That proportion does not necessarily include all the oligarchs, who may in any case not be as important as the corporate bureaucracies they bestride.
  • He gets on your bestride personally, face his leg, palmar touchdown is propped up with making.
  • Though it does not yet quite talk the talk of "digital first" – looking forward, like the Journal Register group in the US or the Guardian here in Britain, to the days when dead trees are left to lie and paperless news organisations bestride the net – it is, nevertheless, envisaging a certain sort of future: one where everything changes, everything is up for grabs. New York Times bows to Mail Online – for now
  • He may not be a political colossus but he bestrides Scotland with an absolute and unchallenged power.
  • After waiting impatiently for the full moon, Gilbert at last went out one night to work the charm, and to his great delight, had no sooner bestrided the ragwort, and said: "Up! Up! Horsie! An Original Fairy Tale
  • But it is my father I see against the landscape of my mind—the monarch bestride the world, fighting for all that he believed in no matter what the cost. Secret History of Elizabeth Tudor, Vampire Slayer
  • Next to them, he is George Washington bestride the cherry tree.
  • A pair of dark-rimmed spectacles bestrided her forehead midway, appearing more for ornament than use. Helen and Arthur or, Miss Thusa's Spinning Wheel
  • He was in the impossible position of he who bestrides a tiger and is uncertain whether he should dismount, a deeply unhappy man.
  • He is one man that has bestride the political corridor like a colosus without base. Hadassah Lieberman under attack over industry ties
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