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Eid vs. Rid

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Eidnoun

An isthmus or narrow neck of land jutting out into the sea; a sandbank cast up by the sea across the head of an open bight or inlet and having a lagoon inside it.

Ridadjective

Released from an obligation, problem, etc. (usually followed by of).

‘I’m glad to be rid of that stupid nickname.’;

Ridverb

(transitive) To free (something) from a hindrance or annoyance.

‘We're trying to rid the world of poverty.’;

Ridverb

To banish.

Ridverb

To kill.

Rid

imp. & p. p. of Ride, v. i.

‘He rid to the end of the village, where he alighted.’;

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Ridverb

To save; to rescue; to deliver; - with out of.

‘Deliver the poor and needy; rid them out of the hand of the wicked.’;

Ridverb

To free; to clear; to disencumber; - followed by of.

‘In never ridded myself of an overmastering and brooding sense of some great calamity traveling toward me.’;

Ridverb

To drive away; to remove by effort or violence; to make away with; to destroy.

‘I will red evil beasts out of the land.’; ‘Death's men, you have rid this sweet young prince!’;

Ridverb

To get over; to dispose of; to dispatch; to finish.

‘Mirth will make us rid ground faster than if thieves were at our tails.’;

Ridverb

relieve from;

‘Rid the the house of pests’;

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