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English words starting with rid

Rid

rɪd

Meanings of Rid:

verb

Make someone or something free of (an unwanted person or thing).

Usage examples:

We now have the greatest chance ever to rid the world of nuclear weapons

Rid-of

rɪd

Meanings of Rid-of:

phrasal verb

To cause someone or something to be free of an unpleasant or harmful thing or person

Usage examples:

Our aim is to rid this government of corruption.

Riddance

ˈrɪd.əns

Meanings of Riddance:

noun

The action of getting rid of a troublesome or unwanted person or thing.

Usage examples:

The new movement emphasized discipline, not riddance or punishment as a method of solving the crimi…

Ridded

rɪd

Meanings of Ridded:

verb

Make someone or something free of (an unwanted person or thing).

Usage examples:

We now have the greatest chance ever to rid the world of nuclear weapons

Meanings of Riddel:

noun

A curtain; (in later use especially) one at the end of an altar.

Ridden

ˈrɪd.ən

Meanings of Ridden:

verb

Sit on and control the movement of (an animal, typically a horse).

Usage examples:

Jane and rory were riding their ponies
noun

A journey made on a horse, bicycle, or motorcycle, or in a vehicle.

Usage examples:

I took them for a ride in the van
suffix

Past participle of ride

Usage examples:

It is a superstition-ridden community., she was guilt-ridden when she discovered that the business …

Meanings of Ridders:

noun

A person who or thing which gets rids of something.

Meanings of Ridding:

verb

Make someone or something free of (an unwanted person or thing).

Usage examples:

We now have the greatest chance ever to rid the world of nuclear weapons

Riddle

ˈrɪd.əl

Meanings of Riddle:

noun

A question or statement intentionally phrased so as to require ingenuity in ascertaining its answer or meaning.

Usage examples:

They started asking riddles and telling jokes
verb

Speak in or pose riddles.

Usage examples:

He who knows not how to riddle

Riddled

ˈrɪd(ə)l

Meanings of Riddled:

verb

Speak in or pose riddles.

Usage examples:

He who knows not how to riddle
noun

A question or statement intentionally phrased so as to require ingenuity in ascertaining its answer or meaning.

Usage examples:

They started asking riddles and telling jokes

Riddles

ˈrɪd.əl

Meanings of Riddles:

noun

A question or statement intentionally phrased so as to require ingenuity in ascertaining its answer or meaning.

Usage examples:

They started asking riddles and telling jokes
verb

Speak in or pose riddles.

Usage examples:

He who knows not how to riddle

Riddling

ˈrɪd.əl

Meanings of Riddling:

adjective

Speaking or expressed in riddles; enigmatic.

Usage examples:

The riddling sphinx
verb

Speak in or pose riddles.

Usage examples:

He who knows not how to riddle

Ride

rʌɪd

Meanings of Ride:

verb

Sit on and control the movement of (an animal, typically a horse).

Usage examples:

Jane and rory were riding their ponies
noun

A journey made on a horse, bicycle, or motorcycle, or in a vehicle.

Usage examples:

I took them for a ride in the van

Meanings of Ride off:

idiom

Ride away on a horse, for example

noun

(in a riding competition) a round held to resolve a tie or determine qualifiers for a later stage; a jump-off.

Usage examples:

British favourite steve peat, from sheffield, was edged out of an exciting semi-final, though he th…

Ride up

raɪd

Meanings of Ride up:

phrasal verb

(of a garment) gradually work or move upwards out of its proper position.

Usage examples:

Her skirt had ridden up

Ride-over

ˈrʌf.ʃɒd

Meanings of Ride-over:

adjective

To do what you want without giving any attention to other people or their wishes

Usage examples:

They accused the government of riding roughshod over parliamentary procedure., the prime minister r…

Meanings of Ride-roughshod-over:

adjective

To do what you want without giving any attention to other people or their wishes

Usage examples:

They accused the government of riding roughshod over parliamentary procedure., the prime minister r…

Meanings of Rident:

adjective

Radiantly cheerful.

Rider

ˈrʌɪdə

Meanings of Rider:

noun

A person who is riding or who can ride a horse, bicycle, motorcycle, etc.

Usage examples:

Two riders approached the cottage

Meanings of Ridered:

adjective

Of a fence: strengthened with riders. chiefly in "staked and ridered".

Meanings of Rideress:

noun

A female rider; specifically (a) a female equestrian; (b) a female cyclist.

Riderless

ˈraɪ.də.ləs

Meanings of Riderless:

adjective

Without a person riding

Usage examples:

A riderless horse

Riders

ˈraɪ.dər

Meanings of Riders:

noun

A person who is riding or who can ride a horse, bicycle, motorcycle, etc.

Usage examples:

Two riders approached the cottage

Ridership

ˈraɪ.də.ʃɪp

Meanings of Ridership:

noun

The number of passengers using a particular form of public transport.

Usage examples:

Amtrak logged a record 24 million passengers last year and ridership jumped 80 percent during the t…

Riderships

ˈrʌɪdəʃɪp

Meanings of Riderships:

noun

The number of passengers using a particular form of public transport.

Usage examples:

Amtrak logged a record 24 million passengers last year and ridership jumped 80 percent during the t…

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