EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR RIDDANCE
But it is for you to accept or reject what I propose as the riddance of this curse to your community.
One step is a riddance of all the servants; I wonder how many you can do with.
Dan'l, I'd better go into the house, and die and be a riddance!'
Riddance from it was only a dim hope, the remotest of possibilities.
He was well rid of it all, since in the riddance the doors of his prison-house were unlocked.
These were the aggravations of the original idea of riddance, of checking crime by the absolute removal of the offender.
From the eyes of the world I have already disappeared; and nothing hinders the riddance of me now.
But she did not dress the part very vigorously, and report soon accepted the husband as a bad lot and a riddance.
His be-whiskered friend did not put in an appearance and Kirtley congratulated himself on the riddance.
It was a hard blow to native superstitions, but the riddance soon came to be acquiesced in.