Definition of Ridable

1. a. Suitable for riding; as, a ridable horse; a ridable road.



Definition of Ridable

1. Adjective. (alternative spelling of rideable) ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Ridable

1. capable of being ridden [adj]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Ridable

ricochetting
ricotta
ricottas
ricrac
ricracs
rictal
ricture
rictures
rictus
rictuses
ricy
rid
rid of
rid out
rid up
ridable (current term)
riddance
riddances
ridded
ridden
ridden hard and put away wet
ridder
ridders
riddim
riddims
ridding
riddle
riddle canon
riddle me this
riddle stick

Literary usage of Ridable

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1. Ten Thousand Miles on a Bicycle by Lyman Hotchkiss] [Bagg (1887)
"Roads throughout se of State are ridable in the dry season. ... Lee's Summit, 27 m. by Missouri Pacific rr, mostly ridable to Independence, ..."

2. Ten Thousand Miles on a Bicycle by Lyman Hotchkiss] [Bagg (1887)
"Roads throughout se of State arc ridable in tlie dry season. ... Lee's Summit, 27 m. by Missouri Pacific r. г., mostly ridable to Independence, ..."

3. The Hand-book of the Ohio Division L. A. W. Comp. by Ohio Division, League of American Wheelmen, M. A. High, William D. Kempton (1892)
"First mile bad, but (macadam) improves to Mt, Sterling, eight miles, going through rolling country with two steep but ridable hills. ..."

4. Outing (1893)
"The roads are not at all bad and the hills are always ridable. Every wheelman who passes through Stroudsburg should spare a few moments for a visit to the ..."

5. Outing; Sport, Adventure, Travel, Fiction by Poultney Bigelow, James Henry Worman, Ben James Worman, Caspar Whitney, Albert Britt (1884)
"From that point to Worcester and Boston the roads are almost continuously ridable, and they generally supply verv good riding. The best route from Worcester ..."

6. In and Around Cape Ann: A Hand-book of Gloucester, Mass., and Its Immediate by John S. Webber (1885)
"A guide-board soon again points out the right direction, and then the w:ly continues up a long easily ridable incline ami on around a gigantic curve that ..."

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