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arride

[ uh-rahyd ]
/ əˈraɪd /
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verb (used with object), ar·rid·ed, ar·rid·ing.Obsolete.

to be agreeable or pleasing to.

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Origin of arride

1590–1600; <Latin arrīdēre to smile upon, please, equivalent to ar-ar- + rīdēre to smile, laugh; see ridicule
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  • This is followed by the faithful Reinhart's "Alla vita che t'arride" (To thy life with joy abounding), with horn solo.

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