ride off


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Related to ride off: ride out, out of whack, heads-up

ride off

to depart, riding something such as a horse or a bicycle. Betty said good-bye and rode off. We rode off, each one in a different direction.
See also: off, ride
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A police spokeswoman said: "He then saw a man ride in on a pushbike, get hold of his Claude Butler bike and ride off with it in tow out of Kelsey Close.
If they (men) say something to me in the water, I just ride off the lip around 'em, nothing said,'' said Hamrock, who claims to always surf with a smile.
One of the two bike owners managed to ride off on his bike.
They got a little bit of success to kind of ride off.
His friend managed to ride off but the victim was pulled off his machine and sustained several breaks to his leg when the gang continued to hit him and stamp on his legs as he lay on the ground.
He had to hit the trail - ride off into the sunset on Silver, with his sidekick Tonto on Scout.
In the ride off we again rode new horses," he added.
Six veteran outriggers, the kind of guys who had dropped away from the club circuit for their own no-frills group of friends, were heading back to shore from a morning ride off Channel Islands Harbor when their canoe filled with water.
Basiliere's lawyer agrees that Basiliere attempted to ride off, but denies he tried to hit the deputies with the motorcycle.