Definitions

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  • n. One who, or that which, rids.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • n. One who, or that which, rids.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. A sieve: now usually riddle.
  • To sift; riddle.
  • n. One who or that which rids, frees, or relieves.

Etymologies

rid +‎ -er (Wiktionary)

Examples

  • Are two dailies under one ownership (with the same web site) by a national media company (knight ridder) better than one locally owned and operated one?

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  • She use my June lightning, the strong insect-ridder

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  • You can make your own ant ridder by combining 1 cup Borax with 2 tbsp. icing sugar; add a few drops of honey.

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  • There is also a Site you can go to to talk to people that have PML OR are care givers of people with PML who are unable to get on a computer to write: health. groups.yahoo.com I was one of these people at one time when I was bed ridder for THREE months and given 2 weeks to live.

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  • In the brain teasers section, you'll find games that kids can learn to strategise with - battleground games, interlocking puzzles, colour-identification games like Chinese spiel, the mathematical hex game, and the eternal boredom-ridder - tic-tac-toe.

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  • Adult ridden only, rear shock set up for heavy ridder stock spring comes with bike

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  • If the owner ties the horse up to a fence for a few hours or puts a saddle on their back and makes the horse carry a ridder for several hours.

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  • Meneer Schnauzer mailde me vanochtend: Hierbij sla ik Marco officieel tot ridder in de orde van het Schnauzer Radio Orkest.

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  • "zone_info": "huffpost. media/blog; media = 1; nickname = dan-froomkin; entry_id = 114777; if-stone = 1; iraq = 1; john-walcott = 1; journalism = 1; knight-ridder = 1; mcclatchy = 1",

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  • "zone_info": "huffpost. premium/blog; featured-posts = 1; media = 1; off-the-bus = 1; politics = 1; nickname = jay-rosen; entry_id = 63176; beltway = 1; bush = 1; cheney = 1; gloria-borger = 1; howard-kurtz = 1; knight-ridder = 1; lawrence-wilkerson = 1; press = 1; warren-strobel = 1",

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