SI. sweat it out; Inf. take it on the chin, Inf. take it and come back for more; Inf. hang in there, Inf. stand the gaff; tolerate, brook, withstand; hold, hold on, stand or hold one's ground.
-n. 7. excursion, journey, drive, spin, outing, airing; trip, tour, circuit, peregrination, expedition, jaunt, side-trip, little trip; transportation, lift.
8. take for a ride Slang, a. murder, do in, do away with; execute, Inf. execute a contract on, SI. bump off, Inf. erase, SI. put cement boots on and take for a swim. b. deceive, trick, gull, cozen, dupe; mislead, misinform, misguide; take in, pull the wool over [s.o.'s] eyes; cheat, victimize, defraud; humbug, hoodwink, trick, entrap. rider, n. 1. equestrian, horseman, horsewoman, equestrienne, jockey; roughrider, bareback rider, breaker, trainer, exercise rider, exercise boy or girl; cossack, cavalryman, cowboy; whip, postilion, coachman, reinsman; cabdriver, Inf. cabby, hackman, Inf. hack; truckdriver, teamster; postrider, dispatch rider, estafette; racecar driver, bicyclist, motorcyclist, snow-mobiler, surfer; pilot, copilot, flight engineer; passenger, traveler, commuter.
2. addition, attachment, appendage; amendment, codicil, additional clause; appendix, supplement, suffix, adjunct, affix, addendum; sequel, postscript; small print, catch, SI. hooker. ridge, n. 1. reef, ledge, saddle, hummock, escarpment, Geology, hogback, Physical Geography, arete, Geology, esker, Chiefly Brit, watershed; chain, range, line, file, row, column, string, series, set.
2. crest, Anat., Zool. crista, Anat. (of the nose) bridge, Bot. rachis, Bot., Zool. carina, Bot., Zool. carination, Bot., Zool. keel; peak, top, tip, pinnacle, summit, apex, vertex.
3. spine, chine, fin, spinal or vertebral column, vertebrae, Anat. backbone, Anat. spina, Anat. dorsum; back, dorse, Anat. posterior.
4. rip, cord, wale, welt, wheal, fret, strip, seam, fillet, list; corrugation, crimp, stria, striation, ripple, crinkle, crease, fold, wrinkle; bump, knob, knot, protrusion, projection, protuberance, outgrowth, excrescence. ridged, adj. 1. crested, cristate, cristated, Both Bot., Zool. carinate, carinated, Anat. bridgelike; spiny, finlike, ridgelike; peaked, hilly, mountainous.
2. ribbed, corded, cord, corduroy, waled, welted, fretted, seamed; corrugated, fluted, crimped, striated, rippled, ripply, crinkly, creased, wrinkled; bumpy, knobby, knotty. ridicule, n. 1. derision, mockery, mimicry; satire, black humor, lampoon, sarcasm, irony, cynicism; burlesque, travesty, parody, farce, take-off, caricature, skit, squib; raillery, banter, chaff, badinage, persiflage, sport, joke; ribbing, teasing, making fun of, guying, making game of, poking fun at, making a monkey out of; quizzing, joshing, deviling, kidding, razzing; criticizing, roasting; contempt, disdain, scorn, insult, sneer.
2. taunt, jeer, scoff, gibe, flout, gird, fleer, twit, quip, jape, Australian, borak; buffoonery, foolery, practical joke, prank, antic, antics.
-v. 3. deride, mock, bemock, mimic; satirize, burlesque, parody, lampoon, travesty, caricature, cartoon, do a take-off on, squib; rib, tease, make merry, make fun of, make game of, make sport of, make a monkey out of, poke fun at; guy, laugh at, grin at, rag; josh, devil, kid, razz; taunt, jeer, scoff, gibe, flout, gird, fleer, twit, quip, jape, sneer; criticize, roast, pillory; scorn, insult, SI. rank out, ride, show up; make a butt of, haze, make a laughingstock of; snicker, snigger, laugh in or up one's sleeve; harass, call names, harry, play tricks on or upon; hoot, hiss; disparage, depreciate, belittle, treat with disrespect, vilipend; humiliate, dishonor, disgrace, shame; cheapen, undervalue, detract from; abuse, revile, malign, vilify, traduce.