Definition of unrideable in English:

unrideable

Syllabification: un·ride·a·ble
Pronunciation: /ˌənˈrīdəbəl
 
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(also unridable)

adjective

Not able to be ridden.
More example sentences
  • There are some very talented riders that specialise in problem horses and they can show you some wonderful success stories with horses that had been ‘written-off’ as unridable.
  • There is no point getting to the show and having the horse flip his lid and having them be unridable, and then trying to ask them to do something.
  • I loved the confidence with which I could let go of the brakes on tight, rocky singletrack descents; the bike always got me through everything, no matter how unrideable it looked on the approach.

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