Similar words: bristle, bristly, whistle, epistle, blow the whistle, whistleblower, hustle, rustle. Meaning: ['brɪsl] adj. having or covered with protective barbs or quills or spines or thorns or setae etc..
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1 The dog was angry and bellicosely bristled up.
2 His hair bristled with anger.
3 The battlefield was bristled with guns.
4 The hog bristled up.
5 The cock bristled his crest.
6 They bristled against the boss.
7 She bristled at his rude remarks.
8 The woman bristled when I asked her to move.
9 His grey moustache bristled with importance.
10 The cat's fur bristled and it arched its back.
11 The animal's fur bristled up with anger.
12 The dog's fur bristled as it sensed danger.
13 They bristled at his denigrating description of their activities.
14 They bristled at the remark.
15 The project bristled with difficulties.
16 The newspapers bristled with tributes to the general.
17 He bristled at her rudeness.
18 She bristled at the suggestion that she had in any way neglected the child.
19 The dog's hair bristled when the visitors came to the door.
20 All of us bristled at the lawyer's speech insulting our forefathers.
21 He bristled with anger.
22 He furiously bristled up.
23 Corbelled gargoyles bristled(sentencedict.com),(www.Sentencedict.com) as if spewing into the warp.
24 A wall that bristled with bayonets and barbed wire.
25 Teachers bristled at the criticism of their school.
26 She especially bristled at attacks on Rep.
27 Another time I might have bristled at the idea of being overseen, at work.
28 Control panels bristled with up to thirty-five switches and buttons as if the housewife-technologist required the skills of an airline pilot.
29 It was a Sunday morning and the city was bristled with people.
30 His Lordship realised the implications of the majority judgments and pointed out that the Order bristled with words requiring statutory construction.
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