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- n. An instance of driving a motor vehicle in a carefree or reckless manner, especially a vehicle which has been taken without the permission of the owner.
- n. A ride taken for enjoyment.
- v. To take a joyride.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a ride in a car taken solely for pleasure
- v. ride in a car with no particular goal and just for the pleasure of it
Sorry, no etymologies found.
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) The Indiana Pacers 'joyride is over.
Just the future of the coach, the best player, the direction of the program and the possibility that the end to the joyride could be abrupt.
However, the joyride is the most sought-after service as it is not merely hauled by steam but it also consumes less time.
Hugely criticized for embarking on a European "joyride" as flood waters swelled across Pakistan, the fact that Zardari was in London around the time of the sale may be evidence enough for malcontents.
But this legendary 'joyride' is actually the saddest book you'll ever read—even with God on every page.
She speaks of an illegal "joyride" when the two young sisters share a seatbelt.
A five-year-old boy took his family's automatic 4x4 on a four-mile "joyride" before crashing it into a wall, it has been disclosed.
RadarOnline. com exclusively that he and the Party of Five actor went on a drug and alcohol fueled "joyride" that lasted hours, and that Jeremy begged him to score him Xanax and
So why on earth did Lyle Moevao, Keaton Kristick and Brennan Olander supposedly steal a golf cart from the athletic department, take a "joyride" around campus, tip it and leave it?
A drunk cowboy out for a "joyride" has been cited with riding his horse while under the influence in a Denver suburb.