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unridden

Syllabification: un·rid·den
Pronunciation: /ˌənˈrid(ə)n
 
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Definition of unridden in English:

adjective

Not ridden or never having been ridden or broken in.
Example sentences
  • Mate, the best waves are going unridden, and the tide's gonna kill it soon.
  • Yet in between the big ones, the ten-footers continued to roll through unridden and after an hour I caught myself thinking, well, geez, I could have ridden that one.
  • The story of Cross' death is legendary among surfers with a sense of history and is considered one of the primary reasons why Waimea Bay went unridden until 1957.

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