ride with (one)

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ride with (one)

1. To travel together with one while riding on a vehicle or animal. A noun or pronoun can be used between "ride" and "with" to specify what is being ridden. I love riding bikes with my kids. Why don't you take your pony and ride with me out to the edge of the farm.
2. To accompany one inside of a vehicle as a passenger. Do you want to drive with us or with your friends when we go out for dinner later? I rode with the ski team on the bus, even though I wasn't competing that weekend.
See also: ride

ride with someone

to travel with someone on or in a vehicle or a beast of burden. I'm going to the store for some milk. Do you want to ride with me? Can I ride with you to the store?
See also: ride
References in classic literature ?
Rostov, still looking round toward the fires and the shouts, rode with the sergeant to meet some mounted men who were riding along the line.
As was his custom he rode with lowered visor, and nowhere upon his person or upon the trappings of his horse were sign or insignia of rank or house.
O he!" she cried, laughing gleefully, "verily do I believe I have captured the wild Norman of Torn, for this very knight, who styles himself Roger de Conde, fights as I ne'er saw man fight before, and he rode with his visor down until I chid him for it."
At the end of 6 months this 7-year-old rode with a straight back and improved head control.