Examples of riddance in a Sentence
the riddance of all the fleas from the house was a relief to everyone concerned
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That's what clerk's firing tells state workers ►Good riddance, 2017!
And while that is very exciting (literally good riddance, 2017), some of our favorite shows are ending this year, and with them, our reason for staying awake past 9:00 p.m. on a Monday.
The Texans will say good riddance to 2017 with a winnable game against the even more hapless Colts.
With the stroke of a pen, tens of thousands of pages of what was effectively fan fiction (and written like it) became dianoga chow—and good riddance.
The White House all but said good riddance to the two senators, pointing out that their voters had left them behind.
Plenty of conservatives are outraged by Flake, Corker and McCain's disloyalty, and would happily say good riddance to them all.
If your support for U of L was because of nothing more than 40 minutes on the basketball court 40 times a year, good riddance.
Kyrie a top 5 TALENT (not player)....Boston won the trade clearly. -- RIP Zip'em Up (@PapiDaDon_) August 22, 2017 Good riddance, Kyrie.
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