adjective Date: 1608 having or rising in ridges

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  • Ridgy — Ridg y, a. Having a ridge or ridges; rising in a ridge. Lifted on a ridgy wave. Pope. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • ridgy — [rij′ē] adj. ridgier, ridgiest having, or rising in, a ridge or ridges …   English World dictionary

  • ridgy — por·ridgy; ridgy; …   English syllables

  • ridgy — adjective Describing something as having ridges. The land around here is very ridgy so we dont get much sun between ridges and too much wind at the tops …   Wiktionary

  • ridgy — ridge ► NOUN 1) a long narrow hilltop, mountain range, or watershed. 2) a narrow raised band on a surface. 3) Meteorology an elongated region of high barometric pressure. 4) the edge formed where the two sloping sides of a roof meet at the top. ► …   English terms dictionary

  • ridgy — /rij ee/, adj., ridgier, ridgiest. rising in a ridge or ridges. [1690 1700; RIDGE + Y1] * * * …   Universalium

  • ridgy — rɪdʒɪ adj. full of ridges, covered or marked with ridges …   English contemporary dictionary

  • ridgy — /ˈrɪdʒi/ (say rijee) adjective rising in a ridge or ridges. {ridg(e)1 + y1} …   Australian English dictionary

  • ridgy — ˈrijē adjective ( er/ est) Etymology: ridge (I) + y : having ridges : rising in a ridge …   Useful english dictionary

  • ridgy-didge — adjective genuine, true, good Are you ridgy didge ? Do you really mean that ? Are you telling the truth …   Wiktionary

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