Examples of rid in a Sentence
worked two jobs to rid himself of debt
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The possibility of getting rid of the case without a firm ruling on the travel ban’s legality has always lurked in the background.
Enjoy fair food, games and carnival rides through Sunday at the Boynton Beach Mall, 801 N. Congress Ave.
The exes were spotted riding bikes on Wednesday morning in LA, both wearing a pair of sweats.
Now Gifford is a kind of freelance diplomat (riding around, these days, on a loaner bike from his hotel) at a time when dozens of ambassadorships—including the one to Denmark—remain vacant, and America’s traditional allies are seeking reassurance.
If anything, the pair have moved the game forward in the second season by making the show scarier without losing the wise innocence of ’80s films as embodied by a bunch of kids riding around Hawkins, Ind., on bikes in the middle of a real adventure.
The Seminoles entered the season with national title aspirations riding on Deondre Francois under center.
With the Cubs in the playoffs and the Bears making a switch to rookie quarterback Mitch Trubisky, there has been a lot riding on Miguel Rosario's shoulders this month.
The British Retail Consortium, which represents most of the country’s biggest brands, has a lot riding on how the government manages a messy transition out of the European Union.
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Origin and Etymology of rid
First Known Use: 13th centurySee Words from the same year
Synonymsclear, disburden, disencumber, divest, free, relieve, unburden
Antonymsburden, encumber, saddle
Related Wordsdischarge, emancipate, enfranchise, liberate, loose, loosen, manumit, release, spring, unbind, uncage, unchain, unfetter; bail (out), deliver, redeem, rescue; disengage, disentangle, extricate
Near Antonymsbog (down), fetter, hamper, restrain, shackle, subject, weigh down, weight (down)
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