Examples of rid in a Sentence
worked two jobs to rid himself of debt
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There will be Ride Share lots for Uber or Lyft rides off Northwest First Street and Flagler Street, between Northwest 13th Avenue and Orange Bowl Way.
Along Oak Park Avenue from 171st to Hickory streets. Tinley's annual block party will feature food and free family fun such as a bean bag tournament, rides and inflatables, KidZone activities and a classic car show.
The Aberdeen IronBirds came back home Tuesday night, riding its six-game win streak.
Riding off of the success of her debut album, Hero, the Nashville singer-songwriter won her first Grammy, performed alongside Alicia Keys, and did something not many country singers have done: criticize Donald Trump.
Imagine one person tells you that his ideal form of government would be to get rid of the Constitution and make Kim Kardashian queen.
Most of the 65 photographs in the show date from a 21-month period (1972-1973) when photographer Mick Rock (his real name) was riding aboard the Bowie juggernaut.
Today, Lindsay is alive, thriving — and passionate about riding horses.
Riding home, remarked the moon reigning on the right of us and the Alps still blushing with the gaze of the sunset.
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Origin and Etymology of rid
Middle English ridden to clear, probably from Old English *ryddan; akin to Old High German riutan to clear land, Old Norse rythja
First Known Use: 13th centurySee Words from the same year
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