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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishroderode /rəʊd $ roʊd/ verb  x-refthe past tense of ride
Examples from the Corpus
rodeThe master and I rode back to the house that night drunk with joy.He cantered off and rode beside Mitch, and Maggie hoped he was not giving out any threatening advice.They rode forward at the walk, but their weapons were ready.She's the sister of the man who owned Grye - the horse I rode in the race.I turned scarlet, but I did not contradict him, and we rode into town without exchanging a word.We rode on, and I got out at the first stop sign and walked back.Ministers rode the circuit, so the elder of the church did most of the work, including preaching.He rode women the way he rode waves.