ridgeway

/ (ˈrɪdʒˌweɪ) /


noun
  1. British a road or track along a ridge, esp one of great antiquity

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How to use ridgeway in a sentence

  • "ridgeway," he pronounced, bringing his eyes down to me and speaking very slowly.

  • "I tell you, ridgeway, this thing—" But my eyes were in another quarter, and I slapped him on the shoulder.

  • The theory of Mr. ridgeway as to the relative uses of iron and bronze is not, by myself, very easily to be understood.

    Homer and His Age | Andrew Lang
  • In proof, Mr. ridgeway cites the axes and knives already mentioned—which are not spears or swords, and are sometimes of bronze.

    Homer and His Age | Andrew Lang
  • Thus there was separate landed property in the Iliad; but the passage is denounced, though not by Mr. ridgeway, as "late."

    Homer and His Age | Andrew Lang