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2. We strongly advise you to rid yourself of the bad habit of smoking.
3. He was a nuisance and we're all well rid of him .
4. He couldn't get rid of the enchantment of Lucy.
5. The owner needs to get rid of the car for financial reasons.
6. I thought I got rid of you.
7. Radicals were jubilant at getting rid of him.
8. It is difficult to get rid of insects.
9. We had to fumigate the cellar to get rid of cockroaches.
10. He shook the blankets vigorously to get rid of the dust.
11. You must rid yourself of this gloomy mood.
12. The mother wanted her little son to get rid of the bad habit of picking at his food.
13. Are you trying to get rid of me?
14. Try to get rid of your nasty cold.
15. This exercise is brilliant for getting rid of flabby tums.
16. We'll have to get rid of him.
17. be rid of sb/sth to be free of sb/sth that has been annoying you or that you do not want: She wanted to be rid of her parents and their authority.
18. The regime got rid of most of its opponents.
19. It's time we got rid of all these old toys.
20. I was glad to be rid of the car when I finally sold it.
21. I can't get rid of the idea.
21. Sentencedict.com is a sentence dictionary, on which you can find excellent sentences for a large number of words.
22. He has gone,(sentencedict.com) and I'm glad to be rid of him.
23. This shampoo helps to get rid of scurf.
24. To flee vice is the begnning of virtue, and to have got rid of folly is the beginning of wisdom.
25. Stepping forward can't finish the distance while going backwards can't get rid of the memory.
26. I began to suspect they were trying to get rid of me.
27. He was a boring nuisance! I'm glad to be rid of him.
28. A young man attached himself to me at the party and I couldn't get rid of him.
29. I didn't enjoy marking those papers and I was glad to be rid of them.
30. He persisted in obtruding himself despite our efforts to get rid of him.