roughrider

[ruhf-rahy-der]
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Origin of roughrider

First recorded in 1725–35; rough + rider
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Examples from the Web for roughrider

Historical Examples of roughrider

  • Then he stiffened and in all visible regards was again Old Chesty, the roughrider.

    Local Color

    Irvin S. Cobb

  • I was described as his 'man Friday,' and as 'Roughrider Anderson.'

  • Once active members of real Society; no woman could go back to "society," any more than a roughrider could return to a hobbyhorse.

  • Underneath a roughrider hat Burton glimpsed her face as she looked off across the fields that marked the beginning of the course.

    Frank of Freedom Hill

    Samuel A. Derieux


British Dictionary definitions for roughrider

roughrider

noun
  1. a rider of wild or unbroken horses
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