To ride and tie

Definition of To ride and tie

to take turn with another in labor and rest; - from the expedient adopted by two persons with one horse, one of whom rides the animal a certain distance, and then ties him for the use of the other, who is coming up on foot.
See under Ride.

See also: Ride Tie

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To refresh the memory
To regulate a watch
To rein in
To relate one's self
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
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