Definition of "ridging" [ridging]

  • Present participle of ridge. (verb)

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Use "ridging" in a sentence
  • "Earthing up, sometimes called ridging up, is putting earth round the collar, or crown, of plants (see Booklet No. 1, page 15)."
  • "'When a boat is well built, properly trimmed, and not deep laden, the waves in a strong gale, when she is going large, seem always to slip from beneath her -- which appears strange to a landsman -- and this is what is called ridging, in sea phrase."
  • "It can be converted to perform different functions such as ridging, tilling and cultivating."
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