adjective, ridg·i·er, ridg·i·est.
Origin of ridgy
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Historical Examples of ridgy
When next I reached a ridgy spot I chose a good pine and shinned it.Pluck on the Long Trail
Edwin L. Sabin
This is a winter haddock ground having depths averaging 50 fathoms over a ridgy and broken bottom.Fishing Grounds of the Gulf of Maine
Walter H. Rich
At length, on the gray horizon they descried a long, gray line of ridgy sand.Pioneers Of France In The New World
Francis Parkman, Jr.
Gradually the herbage disappears, and the shrubs are only found tufting the ridgy tops of low undulating sandhills.Tancred
On this hand is a stream of water, clear as crystal; on that is the ridgy, wavy, lofty mass of a purple Alp.Pilgrimage from the Alps to the Tiber
James Aitken Wylie