Examples of outrider in a Sentence
sexologist Alfred Kinsey is now viewed as an outrider of the sexual revolution of the 1960s
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As one of two head outriders for the Maryland Jockey Club responsible for keeping order on the racetrack, Kaymarie Kreidel has to be mounted on a horse that is alert but calm.
More than 50 additional cameras will be also used, including a helmet camera on the outrider, who escorts the winning horse and jockey to the winner’s circle.
If Trump’s media outriders were delighted by his effort to kick up a dust storm, some of his own staffers were less enthused.
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OUTRIDER Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of outrider for English Language Learners
: a person (such as a police officer) who rides a horse or motorcycle next to or in front of a vehicle that is carrying an important person as a form of protection
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