To ride out

Definition of To ride out

To go upon a military expedition.
To ride in the open air.
- Chaucer.
(Naut.) to keep safe afloat during (a storm) while riding at anchor or when hove to on the open sea; as, to ride out the gale.

See also: Ride Ride Ride

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To renounce probate
To repeat one's self
To repeat signals
To report one's self
To repossess one's self of
To resolve a nebula
To respect the person
to rest on one's laurels
To rest with
To return a lead
To return to one's muttons
To reverse an engine
To revert a series
To rib land
To ride a hobby
To ride a portoise
To ride and tie
To ride down
To ride easy
To ride hard
-To ride out-
To ride post
To ride roughshod
To ride shank's mare
to ride the lightning
To ride the stang
To ride to hounds
To rig a purchase
To rig a ship
To rig the capstan
To rig the market
To right a vessel
To right the helm
To ring a peal
To ring in
To ring the bells backward
To ring the changes on
To ring the changes upon
To rip out
To roll about
To roll one's r's
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