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Synonyms for ridge

Synonyms for ridge

a long narrow natural elevation or striation

any long raised strip

a long narrow natural elevation on the floor of the ocean

a long narrow range of hills

any long raised border or margin of a bone or tooth or membrane

a beam laid along the edge where two sloping sides of a roof meet at the top

extend in ridges

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plough alternate strips by throwing the furrow onto an unploughed strip

throw soil toward (a crop row) from both sides

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spade into alternate ridges and troughs

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form into a ridge

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Soane explained that the coating works by creating a stiff, ridgy layer that one's tongue and teeth perceives as crispiness, along with pores that allow the moisture inside the potato to escape to avoid sogginess.
Most are also fascinated by the story of Sam and Ridgy and how they influence us down south, and how these two are changing the way they behave in a warming world,' Mr Anderson explains.
I thought he was sure to win going into the Dip, but he hesitated on the ridgy part of the course and people don't realise how many horses get found out by the undulations of Newmarket.
For example, rather than the smooth plaster that most current buildings have, plaster in the sanctuary has a rough, ridgy surface that was common in the 1800s.