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Definition of -Ridden
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- Figuratively construed as "repeatedly subject to" or "unable to escape from" (example: hag-ridden, bedridden.)
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by Murray C. Kemp
that, however tariff-ridden is an initial trading world, any ...
by Linda Kucan, Annemarie Sullivan Palincsar
Flea-ridden is an interesting term. Students may think it means that the fleas were riding on the rats. Flearidden means infested or covered with fleas. There is a convincing piece of evidence for this theory. It is an account of an eyewitness from ...
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I believe very strongly in people's rights to choose, being a sometime libertarian. If I was bed-ridden, and couldn't wander into the wilderness for my demise, I'd want someone to help me, too. (Robyn)
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