Monday, June 30, 2014
Citations for rident
He flashed her a smile, but she didn't miss the fact that this rident expression did nothing to alter the bleakness in his eyes.
Hetty was radiant and rident. It was quite like an evening at home at Oakhurst. Never for months past, never since that fatal cruel day, that no one spoke of, had they spent an evening so delightful.
Origin of rident
Rident came to English in the early 1600s from the Latin rīdēre meaning "to laugh."