- v. present participle of rid.
“It's over now and we have succeeded in ridding the world of a mass muderer and the Iraqi people now inspire the Iranians to push for democracy too.”
“Let me tell you … I was a little bit afraid and so I rang your office on 999 to ask for help in ridding my neighbourhood of this latest menace.”
“This is the first step in ridding the world of undesirable people.”
“C.D. Ralph Hennessy, who 50 years ago earned the Distinguished Service Cross for his efforts in ridding the North Atlantic of German U-boats, joined the Royal Canadian Navy in 1936 when l, like Canada's peacetime navy, was quite tiny.”
“But, insisting on the preparation of the morbid agents by the opsonins, Wright admits the virtue of the phagocytes in ridding the organism of microbes.”
“Nicolle and his collaborators succeeded in ridding Tunis entirely of a disease which had raged there each winter from time immemorial.”
“Boys," returned Judah, "and all of you, I leave it to you if I'm not right in ridding the world of such a beast as Thomson.”
“He doesn’t look like the depiction here, but as a Canadian, I must thank you for your effort in ridding our Country of him.”
“But officials at Visit Milwaukee, the area’s convention and visitors bureau, contend that the city has come a long way in ridding itself of its beer-guzzling image.”
“When Bush took over the presidency, he was blinded by the idea of ridding us of Saddam Hussein at any cost.”
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