[rahy-duh-buh l]


or ride·a·ble

[rahy-duh-buh l]
  1. capable of being ridden, as a horse.
  2. capable of being ridden over, through, etc., as a road or a stream.

Origin of ridable

First recorded in 1895–1900; ride + -able
Related formsrid·a·bil·i·ty, nounun·rid·a·ble, adjective
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Examples from the Web for rideable

Historical Examples of rideable

  • Between the lane and the field there was a fence which was not "rideable!"

    Marion Fay

    Anthony Trollope

  • Nan, remarking casually "It'll be rideable if I ride it," began to do so.

    Dangerous Ages

    Rose Macaulay

  • Our friend who likes hunting remarks to his neighbour that the ground is rideable.

    Hunting Sketches

    Anthony Trollope