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  • v. to dispose (of); to remove; to abolish; to lose

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • v. do away with
  • v. dispose of
  • v. terminate, end, or take out


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  • Both of them was cute with the necessary big titties and ass, but unless they upped the game since I left, I knew they just needed to work on the set and get rid of the “dead-ass eye” like them chicks in a bad porno video.

    Real wifeys

  • Kadakin said, adding Pakistan had not done enough to get rid of these camps.

    The Times of India

  • Victims may engage in extreme dieting, starving, bingeing and purging, crash dieting, and detoxes in an attempt to get rid of fat.

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  • Snow smiled at the thought of the real landlord hiring a ratter, an exterminator, to get rid of the Lonely Ones


  • If her and Make$ got back together, she mighta pressured him to get rid of me; now her stupidity for some shine put a kibosh on her ass.

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  • Because they are found in virtually everyone and are easy to detect and measure, OCs are frequently studied in association with obesity.7 We cannot get rid of them very well, so the body stores them in our fat cells.

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  • To make a lip exfoliatoryou should try to exfoliate your lips once a week to get rid of dead skin and plump them upmix a paste of honey and sugar and rub the mixture on your lips.


  • From a comparison made by Mgr Duchesne between the Life of St. Conwoion, the "Indiculus de episcoporum Britonum depositione", and an almost completely restored letter of Leo IV, it would appear that shortly before 850, Nomenoë wishing to be anointed king, and finding opposition among the prelates of Brittany, sought to get rid of them by charging them with simony.

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 12: Philip II-Reuss

  • It decided to get rid of the rainbow colors in its logo because it appeared too reminiscent of the seventies, replacing it with several monocolored logos.

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  • I had no idea what kind of person Joe Lentrichia might be; I worried that he would be just as bad as Cassandra, willing to do whatever was necessary to get rid of me.



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