verb (used with object), rid or rid·ded, rid·ding.
Origin of rid1
Related formsrid·der, noun
Definition for ridded (2 of 2)
Examples from the Web for ridded
Koupriane's police, by killing that man, ridded us of a traitor.The Secret of the Night|Gaston Leroux
Feeling she must have, and courage, or she would never have dared to have ridded herself of the scourge of her life.The Evil Shepherd|E. Phillips Oppenheim
The unexpected onslaught staggered the huge bully, and then began the fight that ridded the rivers of Gaspard Petrie.Connie Morgan in the Fur Country|James B. Hendryx
She had swept and ridded herself, rinsed her mouth with pure water, and now could sit to her dinner and review her plans.Rest Harrow|Maurice Hewlett
Our foot and leg-gear was ridded of the mud of many weeks, and was smeared with the newly invented blacking.Brighter Britain! (Volume 1 of 2)|William Delisle Hay
British Dictionary definitions for ridded
verb rids, ridding, rid or ridded (tr)
Derived Formsridder, noun
Word Origin for rid
Idioms and Phrases with ridded
see get rid of.