[ noun ] (geography) a long narrow natural elevation or striation
Used in print(Clayton C. Barbeau, The Ikon....)
Warren thought_of all the men out that night who , like himself , had left their protective ridge and - fear working at their guts - picked their way into the area beyond .(Ann Hebson, The Lattimer Legend....)
I aim to keep a_little whisky still back in the ridge for my pleasure '' .
Kate had no idea what they were talking of , although she had seen the blue lights and strange fires burning and winking on the ridges at night , had heard horsemen on the River_Road and hill trails through the nights till dawn .(Robert L. Duncan, The Voice of Strangers....)
At two thirty he sent Fujimoto to the top of the wall at the northeast corner of the mission to keep_an_eye_on the ridge road and give a signal when he first glimpsed the approach of Kayabashi 's party .(John Cheever, "The Brigadier and the Golf Widow,"...)
But the shelter is as_much a part of my landscape as the beech and horse-chestnut trees that grow on the ridge .
[ verb ] form into a ridge
[ verb ] spade into alternate ridges and troughs, of soil
[ verb ] through soil toward (a crop row) from both sides
: "He ridged his corn"
[ verb ] extend in ridges
: "The land ridges towards the South"
[ noun ] Last name, frequency rank in the U.S. is 6295