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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of ridge.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Having a ridge or back; having an angular, projecting backbone.
- In zoology, carinate; costate; having ridges or carinæ on a surface, generally longitudinal ones. When the ridges run crosswise, the surface is said to be transversely ridged.
- Rising in a ridge or ridges; ridgy.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. having a ridge or shaped like a ridge or suggesting the keel of a ship
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He held her hand over his heart and she felt its heavy beat, then, together, their hands slid over the ridged muscles of his stomach, to the ridged
That wretched apology of a creature stripped from me my dirt - encrusted shirt that I had worn since my entrance to solitary, and exposed my poor wasted body, the skin ridged like brown parchment over the ribs and sore-infested from the many bouts with the jacket.
That wretched apology of a creature stripped from me my dirt-encrusted shirt that I had worn since my entrance to solitary, and exposed my poor wasted body, the skin ridged like brown parchment over the ribs and sore-infested from the many bouts with the jacket The examination was shamelessly perfunctory.
It was slightly ridged, which is how she must have cut her knee.
Wider, and shorter, and sans the "ridged" edges, there is definitely a rustic charm about these homemade-looking noodles.
Gently tugging at the bag to loosen the knot, I nudged my foot left, feeling sharply ridged pebbles prickling at my skin.
Nozine's face has become deeply ridged since the quake, the bones standing up like the Andes.
Reaching out she touched the ridged, pocked-marked surface of a loose board.
I think if you balanced out the ridged eyebrows more, those would look great.
As Holliequ said, I think maybe the ridged eyebrows should be toned down a bit.