bon voyage

[ bon voi-ahzh; French bawn vwa-yazh ]SEE DEFINITION OF bon voyage
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You'll miss that train, Sophronia, if you don't,—bon voyage!

There was no one to see them off or to wish them "bon voyage."

The ruffian smiled at me as I passed, and wished me a bon voyage.

“Good-bye, then—and bon voyage,” she said, extending her hand.

Bon voyage, Messieurs.4 If you value your lives you will catch the first train for Paris.

Well, good luck to you, Pres. Write to me from Honolulu, and bon voyage.

She left at nine o'clock for her boarding-school; I wished her bon voyage.

"Let us all drink to his bon voyage," said the captain, filling my glass.

"Oh, I only wanted to wish you bon voyage" she assured him amiably.

His friends attended, to wish him bon voyage and a safe return.