Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.


She paused for breath, and Mrs. Ridings, not knowing what to say, did better than speak.

"You've been a sayin' that for ten years, Judge," said Ridings.

There was something sincere in his reply, and Ridings stared.

I like nothing better than to hear of your ridings, and shootings, and boatings.

Then there were the pageants, shows, and ridings in the city.

They are laid out in a very fine Manner, and cut into very beautiful Ridings.

Then we shall have no ridings back to Kernsberg, with four hundred lances, at a word from a girl's scornful mouth.

The provision, also, that each of the three ridings of Yorkshire should return two members passed without opposition.

Steve was Ridings' hired hand, a herculean fellow, with a drawl, and a liability for taking offense quite as remarkable.

Our circuit consisted of seven counties, and the ridings were spring and fall, occupying about two months each term.