Usage examples for Rode

  1. They rode back through the evening toward the camp. – The Sky Pilot in No Man's Land by Ralph Connor
  2. They rode on till they came to the forest. – Moonshine & Clover by Laurence Housman
  3. And as he rode home he was half in love with the countess. – Castle Richmond by Anthony Trollope
  4. He mounted the bicycle in fresh panic and rode recklessly down the hill to town. – The Year When Stardust Fell by Raymond F. Jones
  5. The colonel rode past our company and said to me, " Well, you are going to get it hot at your first battle." – Abbé Aubain and Mosaics by Prosper Mérimée
  6. The older man rode behind most of the way after that. – Ted Marsh on an Important Mission by Elmer Sherwood
  7. They rode to the bank of the Wisla and from there took a boat to Bielany. – The Comedienne by Wladyslaw Reymont
  8. So they turned and went out of that place, and found their horses and rode away. – Martin Pippin in the Apple Orchard by Eleanor Farjeon
  9. The scouts rode away. – Three Sioux Scouts by Elmer Russell Gregor
  10. He rode on with the beautiful maiden, and his road took him again through the village in which his two brothers had remained. – Household Tales by Brothers Grimm by Grimm Brothers
  11. He had not been gone long when Pendoggat rode up. – Furze the Cruel by John Trevena
  12. Garvin said, as he and Baird rode on. – Nobody's Child by Elizabeth Dejeans
  13. Then she rode out into the open. – The Call of the Canyon by Zane Grey
  14. All the while she rode with her face directly forward. – The Turmoil A Novel by Booth Tarkington
  15. While this was going on Tuttle and Ellhorn rode up. – With Hoops of Steel by Florence Finch Kelly
  16. I walked up but I rode down in the Monument. – Jerry's Charge Account by Hazel Hutchins Wilson
  17. Yes, I rode his horse. – The Covered Wagon by Emerson Hough
  18. John rode beside him. – John March, Southerner by George W. Cable
  19. He who rode must have been killed. – Raiding with Morgan by Byron A. Dunn
  20. Sara Lee got on the train and rode up to London. – The Amazing Interlude by Mary Roberts Rinehart