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control

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travel

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ride something out

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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

References in classic literature ?
Meanwhile the princess was eagerly waiting till her deliverer should come back; and had a road made leading up to her palace all of shining gold; and told her courtiers that whoever came on horseback, and rode straight up to the gate upon it, was her true lover; and that they must let him in: but whoever rode on one side of it, they must be sure was not the right one; and that they must send him away at once.
The times were changed, however, and the forest tracks wound away from them deserted and silent, with no trample of war-horse or clang of armor which might herald the approach of an adversary--so that Sir Nigel rode on his way disconsolate.
But the brothers rode on so fast that dust and sparks flew all around, and they reached the gate of the town a good hour before Blockhead-Hans.
The Abbot thanked his sage adviser; and the cavalcade, setting spurs to their horses, rode on as men do who wish to reach their inn before the bursting of a night-storm.
And as he watched, so did he listen, though he rode on in silence, save for the boom of heavy guns from far to the west.