ridgy


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ridg·y

 (rĭj′ē)
adj. ridg·i·er, ridg·i·est
Having or forming ridges.
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ridgy

adj mountain passage etcgrat- or kammartig; (= furrowed)zerfurcht
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Ere long the sand had accumulated in compact masses; and there, where so recently stretched a level plain as far as the eye could see, rose now a ridgy line of hillocks, still moving from beneath--the vast tomb of an entire caravan!
I may here remark that I suppose myself to be better acquainted than any living authority, with the ridgy effect of a wedding-ring, passing unsympathetically over the human countenance.
All at once, when one is jogging along stupidly in the sun, and thinking about something ever so far away, here they come, at a stormy gallop, spurring and whooping at those ridgy old sore-backed plugs till their heels fly higher than their heads, and as they whiz by, out comes a little potato- gum of a revolver, there is a startling little pop, and a small pellet goes singing through the air.
Andrew Griggs of Lucaston Park Orchards at Lucaston, Ross Affleck from Ridgy Didge Cherries at Lower Longley, Peter Darley from Day Dawn Orchard at Young and Geoff Hall from Geoff Hall Orchard in Orange.
Fozzy is a good friend of mine, we've always kept in touch, and it's the same with Ridgy as well," he said.