riding


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riding

1
a. the art or practice of horsemanship
b. (as modifier): a riding school

riding

2
1. any of the three former administrative divisions of Yorkshire: North Riding, East Riding and West Riding
2. (in Canada) a parliamentary constituency
References in classic literature ?
"Have you any riding clothes?" Penelope whispered to him.
He threw off his overcoat, and they saw for the first time that he was dressed in English riding clothes of dark material, but absolutely correct cut.
The Prince, riding a little apart, simply ignored the hurdle, and the mare took it in her stride.
Somerfield was already riding his mount for all he was worth, but the Prince as yet had not touched his whip.
"It was not my mare alone," she answered,--"it was your riding."
He felt both frightened and pleased to be riding alone with three hussars into that mysterious and dangerous misty distance where no one had been before him.
At the end of half an hour of goodness, Daylight, lured into confidence, was riding along at a walk and rolling a cigarette, with slack knees and relaxed seat, the reins lying on the animal's neck.
She blushed, dropped her riding habit, and stumbled over it.
LAHORE -- The Punjab Wildlife Protection Department has decided to ban riding on live animals in zoos and wildlife parks across the province.
The ride will be about 48 miles long, riding at an average speed of about 12mph, and returning to Wem after lunch.
Operated by a human riding over the machine, ride-on power trowels provide smooth finishes to concrete surfaces.