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Synonyms for ride

control

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travel

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ride something out

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Synonyms for ride

to tease or mock good-humoredly

to torment with persistent insult or ridicule

ride out: to exist in spite of adversity

a trip in a motor vehicle

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a journey in a vehicle (usually an automobile)

sit and travel on the back of animal, usually while controlling its motions

continue undisturbed and without interference

move like a floating object

be sustained or supported or borne

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have certain properties when driven

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lie moored or anchored

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sit on and control a vehicle

climb up on the body

ride over, along, or through

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keep partially engaged by slightly depressing a pedal with the foot

copulate with

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Second, riding to hounds demands the courage and horsemanship (seeing a stride, sitting tight when a horse blunders at the gallop) that goes to make a jockey.
The two-and-a-half-year campaign to ban riding to hounds north of the English border came to fruition when MSPs voted overwhelmingly in favour of the Protection of Wild Mammals (Scotland) Bill.
The Queen has ordered her eldest son to give up riding to hounds, fearing that if he continues to do so it will bring the Royal Family into "disrepute".
The Everdon Hall Estate at Little Everdon, available for more than pounds 3 million, has evolved into the perfect backdrop for an Englishman's passions - riding to hounds and cricket.
In it, the gallant officer riding to hounds is shown in full control of his galloping horse, his shako firmly clamped to his head as if it were glued in place, yet he had only one arm
Crucially, he should give the impression that the only place he'd rather be is out riding to hounds, and that, in his not exactly closed but deliberately limited mind, there is absolutely nothing more ghastly than a townie - except perhaps a townie who admits to liking Flat racing more than the jumps.
She has the perfect bottom to spread across a leather saddle when riding to hounds.
THERE are many hunt servants riding to hounds today adopting the military seat as it is difficult to change old habits and, why should they as this is surely the safest way to ride.
I've always been dubious about the links between the hunting field and the racetrack, but the tales of mad and madly successful Irish jockeys still riding to hounds never seem to diminish, while their English counterparts will surely soon see their opportunities in that direction dry up.