See also: -ridden

EnglishEdit

PronunciationEdit

Etymology 1Edit

See ride (verb)

VerbEdit

ridden

  1. past participle of ride

AdjectiveEdit

ridden (comparative more ridden, superlative most ridden)

  1. Full of.
  2. Oppressed, dominated or plagued by.
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Terms derived from ridden

Etymology 2Edit

See rid

VerbEdit

ridden

  1. (archaic, rare, now nonstandard) past participle of rid
    • 1752, Journal of Captain William Trent from Logstown to Pickawillany:
      As the New York traders to reach the Miami country passed through that of the Iroquois, the French devised a plan, which, if successful, would soon have ridden them of the English encroachments.

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