Riddance sentence example
- The riddance of an evil influence is often synonymous with the introduction of the good principle, and therefore it is best to consider first the use of anointing in consecrations.
- "Good riddance," Howie said.
- Once a tune is recorded, I have no problem saying good riddance.
- Furthermore, the bishops being in most cases the exponents of the imperial power, the struggle for freedom from the latter ended in a radical riddance from all temporal episcopal government as well.
- Early Greek religion recognized a class of gods of Aversion and Riddance, airorpoiratot and' azr arroµorafot.Advertisement
- As far as I'm concerned, good riddance to the ranch.
- If he wants to leave the partnership, good riddance.
- And good riddance to waiting for your opponent to decide what to play!
- Your aggressive treatments now will ensure full extermination and riddance of these skin crawling pests, before it's too late.
- If she wants to run away, good riddance.Advertisement
- Which isn't to say we're not glad to see the back of him - good riddance to the old bastard.
- Which is n't to say we 're not glad to see the back of him - good riddance to the old bastard.
- As an act of almost 'good riddance', the girls changed their band name from 'Touch' to 'The Spice Girls'.
- After all, it's not a party unless someone can whip out the Eagles' Take It Easy or Green Day's Good Riddance at the slightest suggestion!
- Don't be surprised if you hear a dance friendly song with emotional graduation lyrics like Time of Your Life (Good Riddance) by Green Day blasting from the stereos by the end of prom night.Advertisement
- Good riddance to 'em both.
- Chronic head lice is an epidemic that is not only frustrating, but also discouraging, as patients seeking relief and riddance of the head louse seem to fight a never-ending battle.