transitive verbout·rode , out·rid·den , out·rid·ing, out·rides
- To ride faster, farther, or better than; outstrip.
- To withstand successfully; ride out: outride a storm at sea.
An unstressed syllable or cluster of syllables within a given metrical unit that is omitted from the scansion pattern in sprung rhythm.
Origin of outrideN., coined by Gerard Manley Hopkins.
(third-person singular simple present outrides, present participle outriding, simple past outrode, past participle outridden)
- To ride (a horse, bicycle, etc.) better than (someone).
- To ride out (e.g. a storm).
out- +â€Ž ride