Definition of Cyclist

1. Noun. A person who rides a bicycle.

Exact synonyms: Bicycler, Bicyclist, Wheeler
Generic synonyms: Pedaler, Pedaller
Specialized synonyms: Bernard Hinault, Hinault, Eddy Merckx, Merckx
Derivative terms: Bicycle, Bicycle, Bicycle, Cycle, Cycle, Wheel



Definition of Cyclist

1. n. A cycler.

Definition of Cyclist

1. Noun. A person who rides a cycle, especially a bicycle, or who habitually engages in cycling. ¹

2. Noun. (context: punningly) A user of the software language CycL. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Cyclist

1. one who rides a bicycle [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Cyclist

cyclin-dependent kinases
cyclin E-dependent kinase
cyclin a
cyclin b
cyclin d1
cyclin e
cyclinac
cyclinacs
cycling
cyclings
cyclins
cyclisation
cyclisations
cyclised
cyclising
cyclist (current term)
cyclists
cyclitis
cyclitol
cyclitols
cyclization
cyclizations
cyclize
cyclized
cyclizes
cyclizine
cyclizine hydrochloride
cyclizine lactate
cyclizines
cyclizing

Literary usage of Cyclist

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1. Great Britain: England, Wales, and Scotland as Far as Loch Maree and the by Karl Baedeker (Firm), Karl Baedeker, Karl Baedeker (Firm (1887)
"It has a resident Chief Consul in the United States *(Mr. FW Weston, Savin Hill, The cyclist who contemplates even the shortest tour in Great Britain ly ..."

2. Battling for Gold, Or, Stirring Incidents of Goldfields Life in West Australia by John Marshall (1903)
"A SPECIAL cyclist CHASED BY DINGOES. There is probably no country in the ... The only recorded instance in which a cyclist was attacked by animals took ..."

3. Lawyers' Reports Annotated by Lawyers Co-operative Publishing Company (1905)
"To cases In which the accident in suit would probably not have happened If the cyclist had not been traveling when the light was dim, the test of liability ..."

4. The Tactics of Home Defense by Charles Edward Callwell (1908)
"THB R$LE OF THE cyclist. IN spite of his rare qualifications for operating in Thene- enclosed country, the cyclist is still something of under a Cinderella ..."

5. Africa from South to North Through Marotseland by Alfred St. Hill Gibbons (1904)
"... capricious treatment of her people — The "royal" cyclist and his suite—Mr. ... cyclist ..."

6. A Critical Study of German Tactics and of the New German Regulations by Marie Félix de Pardieu (1912)
"THE CAVALRY AND THE cyclist CORPS. In any case in France, though we have a notorious inferiority in cavalry, we must remember that in this arm especially ..."

7. Over Fen and Wold by James John Hissey (1898)
"The cost of obliging a stranger—Branston—A lost cyclist—In search of a husband !—Dunston Pillar—An architectural puzzle-—A Lincolnshire spa—Exploring—An ..."

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