be riding for a fall
Definition of be riding for a fall
: to be doing something that is likely to lead to failure or disaster They're feeling pretty confident now, but if you ask me, they're riding for a fall.
Word by Word Definitions
: the action or state of one that rides
: used for or when riding
: operated by a rider
: one of the three administrative jurisdictions into which Yorkshire, England, was formerly divided
: an administrative jurisdiction or electoral district in a British dominion (such as Canada)
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