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dismount from (something)

To climb or hop off of something The gymnast dismounted from the balance beam with a series of flips.
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He who rides a tiger is afraid to dismount.

One engaging in a risky or dangerous endeavor may find it easier to continue with it rather than facing the consequences of attempting to quit or abandon it. It has now become obvious that our country has been riding a tiger with our military intervention in this region—he who rides a tiger is afraid to dismount.
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involuntary dismount

A fall, typically off of something being ridden, such as a bike, motorcycle, or horse. Did you her about Tara? Her involuntary dismount yesterday earned her a trip to the OR and two months in a cast. I gave up motorcycles after one too many involuntary dismounts.

dismount from something

to get down from something, such as a horse, bicycle, etc. She dismounted from her horse and fled into the house. Please dismount from the bicycle and wheel it into the shed.
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He who rides a tiger is afraid to dismount.

Prov. Sometimes it is more dangerous to stop doing a dangerous thing than it is to continue doing it. Jill: You shouldn't take out another loan. You're already too far in debt. Jane: If I don't take out a loan, I can't make the payments on the loans I already have. You know how it is—she who rides a tiger is afraid to dismount.
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involuntary dismount

n. falling off a bike or motorcycle. He impacted a monolith and suffered an involuntary dismount.
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Finally you come to the voluntary dismount; you learned the other kind first of all.
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In a Warrior vehicle behind the dismount team was Paul Brinkworth, a 2 Royal Welsh private, who watched as Cpl Joszko raised his arm-before being blown away almost immediately.
There are times during patrols that soldiers are required to dismount to conduct routine checks and this is what happened here."
Jason said: "The cover is meant to hold the mats together so I don't fall through the middle when I dismount, I like to do a double somersault for my dismount but I'm having to just do singles at the moment because I can't land too hard.
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And the Italian celebrated the one-and-a-quarter-length success by producing his trademark flying dismount, the first time he has done so since breaking his leg in the tragic plane crash back in June.
DONALD McCAIN has backed Brian Hughes in his appeal against a ten-day ban handed out by the Stratford stewards following a prolonged inquiry on Sunday, when the jockey found himself in hot water for failing to dismount winner Clondaw Draft quickly enough after the horse had pulled up feelingly.
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