English words and Examples of Usage

use "rid" in a sentence

But about the 43% - that’s just how much I got rid of last summer.

It (112) is being used as a tool to get rid of opposition."

The sooner we could get rid of that name, the better, in my view."

"We've got everything out, scraping the slush, getting rid of ruts.

India needs to rid itself of arcane laws on retrospective taxation.

Carson says he doesn't want to get rid of every government program.

I did get rid of some of the nerves, said Shiffrin of her first run.

I mean, she got rid of her server, he never did anything like that."

What we want to do is get rid of static numbers all together."

I can't get rid of him, that's the hard part,"" joked Fowler."

In fact, Byma does wants to get rid of the ball - but not for a price.

If you're out of makeup remover, use body lotion to get rid of makeup.

In some cases the only way to deal with it is to get rid of the phone.

Get rid of the vast majority of the exemptions, credits and loopholes.

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