(tr, adverb) to endure successfully; survive (esp in the phrase ride out the storm)
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How to use ride out in a sentence
He smiled, apologetic: "No use; Rideout simply can't swing it."
Especially if Algerson will take over Rideout's contract as it stands.
Mr. Rideout has made his men and women good and bad, very much alive, and his clean, wholesome danger delightfully thrilling.Paths of Judgement | Anne Douglas Sedgwick
Rideout, the man financially responsible for the production, was an English actor of reputation and considerable ability.
Toward the end of the second week, Joan began to notice that Rideout was growing less assiduous in attendance.
Other Idioms and Phrases with ride out
Survive, outlast, as in They rode out the storm, or Times were hard during the depression, but we managed to ride it out. [First half of 1500s]
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