Common misspellings for ridges:

roggers, rigts, reidge, reques, fidges, rageous, rigths, ridgers, criges, briedges, ridget, ridgid, redgester, rigures, rigester, rigde, rieligeos, tredges, rigers, righeous, rikues, bidges, radge, udges, ridgey, rudgers, rigas, wridged, reigmes, righs, ridgide, rihgts, caridges, rixey, reigios, rougues, ridgeing, birdges, reignes, regestior, rigdes, rodger's, regestiar, rodiguez, rigous, regers, midgies, ridres, roggs, risge, ragies, tradgies, ridgit, riskes, widges, riges, friges, ringes, raiigs, riggs, rodgeers, rogers, tidges, 5idges, 4idges, rjdges, rkdges, r9dges, r8dges, risges, rixges, rirges, ridves, ridbes, ridyes, ridtes, ridgws, ridgss, ridgds, ridgrs, ridg4s, ridg3s, ridgez, eridges, reidges, rdidges, rfidges, rtidges, 5ridges, r5idges, 4ridges, r4idges, ruidges, riudges, rjidges, rijdges, rkidges, rikdges, roidges, riodges, r9idges, ri9dges, r8idges, ri8dges, risdges, ridsges, rixdges, ridxges, ricdges, ridcges, rifdges, ridfges, rirdges, ridrges, riedges, rideges, ridgfes, ridvges, ridgves, ridbges, ridgbes, ridhges, ridghes, ridyges, ridgyes, ridtges, ridgtes, ridgwes, ridgews, ridgses, ridgess, ridgdes, ridgres, ridg4es, ridge4s, ridg3es, ridge3s, ridgeas, ridgesa, ridgezs, ridgesz, ridgexs, ridgesx, ridgees, ridgese, ridgesw, irdges, ridegs, riidges, riddges, ridgges, 2idges, zidges, vidges, pidges, rydges, rmdges, rhdges, ridoes, ridgus, ridgms, ridgas, ridggs, ridgeq, rayedges, reyedges, r idges, ri dges, rid ges, ridg es, ridge s.

Usage examples for ridges

  1. At 15 miles, from a line of high ridges forming a saddle- range, they had a view of the ocean, and could distinguish a few small islands out to sea.  The Overland Expedition of The Messrs. Jardine by Frank Jardine and Alexander Jardine
  2. The slope of the mountain that is between these two ridges will be referred to as the eastern face.  The Ascent of the Matterhorn by Edward Whymper
  3. The farmer who plants his land with sugar- cane begins by thoroughly well preparing the soil, and ridges it as if he were about to plant potatoes, these ridges measuring about thirty inches from crest to crest.  The Khedive's Country by George Manville Fenn
  4. The extensive view we would otherwise have had of the neighbouring mountain ridges from the top of Asamayama was thus concealed.  The Voyage of the Vega round Asia and Europe, Volume I and Volume II by A.E. Nordenskieold