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bridleway

Line breaks: bridle|way
Pronunciation: /ˈbrʌɪd(ə)lweɪ
 
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(also bridle path /ˈbrʌɪd(ə)lweɪ/)

Definition of bridleway in English:

noun

British
A path or track along which horse riders have right of way.
Example sentences
  • Land in this section does not include roads or other highways, apart from bridleways and certain cycle tracks.
  • It was concerned that walkers would be put at risk by the use of the bridleway by horse riders.
  • Walk off your meal with the 15 minute walk along the bridleway to the village.

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