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Definition of Ridgeway
1. a track along a hill-crest [n -S]
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Literary usage of Ridgeway
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Archaeological Journal by British Archaeological Association (1918)
"Generally speaking it is the ridgeway which followed the watershed between the Wiltshire Avon and the Test. In the parish of Lymington, on the road which ..."
2. An Historical Account of the Plantation in Ulster at the Commencement of the by George Hill (1877)
"The premises are created the manor of ridgeway, with 500 acres in ... George ridgeway.—This undertaker came from Devonshire, and was a brother of Sir Thomas ..."
3. Great Britain: Handbook for Travellers by Karl Baedeker (Firm) (1890)
"It lies below a tree, in front of some cottages ou the road descending from the ridgeway lo Kingston Lisle. Various ancient entrenchments are visible on the ..."
4. On the Ancient British, Roman, & Saxon Antiquities & Folk-lore of Worcestershire by Jabez Allies (1852)
"In Herefordshire there are ridgeway Field and ridgeway Coppice, in the parish of Ledbury; The ridgeway, between the Herefordshire Beacon Camp and ..."
5. Speeches Delivered in India, 1884-1888 (1890)
"INVESTITURE OF SIR WEST ridgeway WITH THE KCSI On the afternoon of 4th November, 1886, the Viceroy held a Chapter of the Order of the Star of India at ..."
6. Publications by Niagara Historical Society (1897)
"... At ridgeway the oldest inscription was 1836. The names' of Schooley, Hershey, Gorham, Dis-her, Sloss, Troup, Tuttle, File, ..."
7. Legal Gazette; Reports of Cases, Decided in the United States Circuit Court by John Hugh Campbell (1872)
"Said Esther is a sister-in-law of ridgeway, and she reposed confidence in him to ... ridgeway agreed to conclude said purchase as her agent, and to take the ..."