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rider British & World English

A person who is riding or who can ride a horse, bicycle, motorcycle, etc.

low-rider British & World English

A customized vehicle with hydraulic jacks that allow the chassis to be lowered nearly to the road

rough-rider British & World English

A person who rides horses frequently

circuit rider British & World English

A clergyman who travelled on horseback from church to church, especially within a rural Methodist circuit

freedom rider British & World English

A person who challenged racial laws in the American South during in the 1960s, originally by refusing to abide by the laws governing the segregation of seating in buses

boundary rider British & World English

A person employed to maintain the outer fences of a cattle or sheep station

dispatch rider British & World English

A messenger who delivers urgent business documents or military dispatches by motorcycle or (formerly) on horseback

Haggard, Sir Rider British & World English

(1856–1925), English novelist; full name Sir Henry Rider Haggard. He is famous for adventure novels such as King Solomon’s Mines (1885) and She (1889)

outrider British & World English

A person in a motor vehicle or on horseback who goes in front of or beside a vehicle as an escort or guard

Rough Rider in rough-rider British & World English

A member of a volunteer cavalry force during the Spanish-American War

Sir Henry Rider Haggard in Haggard, Sir Rider British & World English

(1856–1925), English novelist; full name Sir Henry Rider Haggard. He is famous for adventure novels such as King Solomon’s Mines (1885) and She (1889)