verb (used without object), strode, strid·den [strid-n] /ˈstrɪd n/, strid·ing.
verb (used with object), strode, strid·den [strid-n] /ˈstrɪd n/, strid·ing.
Words nearby stride
Idioms for stride
- to achieve a regular or steady pace or course.
- to reach the point or level at which one functions most competently and consistently: The quarterback didn't hit his stride until the second half of the game.
Origin of stride
OTHER WORDS FROM stridestrid·er, nounstrid·ing·ly, adverbout·stride, verb (used with object), out·strode, out·strid·den, out·strid·ing.
Examples from the Web for strider
“This is kind of a new chapter being written about how it is being done,” said Strider.
“I think Democrats to this day tend to have Swift Boaters right over our shoulder,” said Strider.
Viggo Mortensen doesn't fit my own mental image of Strider, but soon won me over all the same.
British Dictionary definitions for strider
verb strides, striding, strode or stridden
Derived forms of stridestrider, noun
Word Origin for stride
Idioms and Phrases with strider
see hit one's stride; make great strides; take in stride.