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ridgeway

/ˈrɪdʒˌweɪ/
noun
1.
(Brit) a road or track along a ridge, esp one of great antiquity
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  • We trust that we have not omitted here the name of any officer present at ridgeway.

    Ridgeway Scian Dubh
  • 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.

  • ridgeway nearly rolled from the veranda in an excess of rage.

  • She turned with a half-deprecatory air to ridgeway; but he was gone.

  • No stranger at this house on p. 218the ridgeway, I know every nook of the room.

    The Gypsy's Parson George Hall
  • Prof. ridgeway's theory on the question has already been discussed.

    The Heroic Age H. Munro Chadwick

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