Definition of "ridgy" [ridg•y]

  • Having or forming ridges. (adjective)

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Use "ridgy" in a sentence
  • "'Observe,' he says, 'the only hints at form given throughout are in the somewhat vague words "ridgy," "massy," "close," and"
  • ""ridgy" work and endures the horror of seeing the gentle, thin-skinned creatures bleed under his awkward shears."
  • "Elizabeth stepped away gingerly, following the line left by the high tide, eyes zeroing in on the ridgy cups of limpet shells, the blue glint of mussels with their bright pearly insides."