outrider outrider  /ˈaʊ ˌtraɪ dər/


  • (n) an escort who rides ahead (as a member of the vanguard)


  1. The outrider swerved, blocked her path and, when she kept coming, dismounted and kicked her to the ground.
  2. The driver and a motorcycle outrider were wounded.
  3. Berrigan, 61, is still an outrider of the Roman Catholic peace movement, which has shifted its protests from Viet Nam to the arms race.


  • Twilla Reid putting rodeo skills to work

    Most of the time, an outrider complements a harness racing program and serves as a formal escort for the horses during a post parade and presents the colors during the National Anthem. Twilla Reid has added new meaning to outriding on the southern Illinois county fair circuit.
    on July 31, 2013     Source: The Carmi Times

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