rid·er noun \ˈrī-dər\
: a person who rides something
: an official document that is attached to another document and that adds to or changes information in the original document
: an additional part added to a legislative bill
a : an addition to a document (as an insurance policy) often attached on a separate piece of paper
b : a clause appended to a legislative bill to secure a usually distinct object
: something used to overlie another or to move along on another piece
— rid·er·less \-ləs\ adjective
Examples of RIDER
- Watch out for bike riders while driving.
- She added a rider to her life insurance policy that increased her coverage.
- Congress added a rider to the health insurance bill.
First Known Use of RIDER
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