- British a road or track along a ridge, esp one of great antiquity
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Examples from the Web for ridgeway
It is unclear if the weapons were used by Sigg to lure Ridgeway into his car.Arrest Made in Jessica Ridgeway’s Murder
October 24, 2012
When he is ready to leave Ridgeway, he and his wife will look not back to China, but rather to the Middle East.
Today, Hessler lives in Ridgeway, Colorado—a town of about 700 that invited Joe the Plumber to a recent parade.
We trust that we have not omitted here the name of any officer present at Ridgeway.Ridgeway
We have in Berkshire a branch of this road called the Ridgeway.English Villages
P. H. Ditchfield
You've no idea, Ridgeway, the rumpus a gun raises in a box like this.
She turned with a half-deprecatory air to Ridgeway; but he was gone.
Ridgeway nearly rolled from the veranda in an excess of rage.