Enridge

En`ridge´


v. t.1.To form into ridges.
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One of the first American poets to achieve renown for his verse in the U.S., Freneau is best known for his political poems, most of them written at the time of the American Revolution: A Poem on the Rising Glory of America (1772), written in collaboration with Hugh Henry Brack enridge on their graduation from Princeton; American Liberty (1775); General Gage's Confession (1775); and The British Prison - Ship (1781), an account of his experiences as a prisoner of war after capture at sea near the West Indies.