One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
Used to indicate that someone or something has reappeared unexpectedly and with new vigour.
- ‘And, nowhere is it written that if Mr. Toad rides again he has to ride alone.’
- ‘Next week, crime fiction writer and University of Western Sydney lecturer Jane Goodall rides again.’
- ‘The Loon rides again with attack on Sun's comic value’
- ‘Pittsburgh Tribune editorial columnist Dmitri Vassilaros takes note: ‘Genghis John rides again.’’
- ‘‘Sensuous’ Madonna rides again, with breathy vocals courtesy of Baby Doll Madonna.’
- ‘The Spanish Inquisition rides again, coyotes call in the darkness, and, just for a little while, all is right with the world.’
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