outride definition

  • verb-transitive:
    • To ride quicker, further, or a lot better than; outstrip.
    • To withstand effectively; ride away: outride a storm at ocean.
    • To surpass in rate of driving; to drive beyond or faster than.
  • noun:
    • An unstressed syllable or group of syllables within a given metrical unit this is certainly omitted from the scansion design in sprung rhythm.
    • a vacation on a horse outside a specific location, a-trip on a horse on view.
    • A riding away; an excursion.
    • a location for operating away.
    • A riding away; an excursion; also, a location for driving.
    • The region of an outrider. See outrider .
  • verb:
    • To ride (a horse, bike, etc.) a lot better than (some body).
    • To drive away (e.g. a storm).
    • ride better, quicker, or beyond
    • hold on during an endeavor of stamina
  • others:
    • To drive away.
    • To ride prior to or beside a carriage as attendant; be an outrider.
    • to pass through in biking; ride faster than.

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