bye-bye

[ interjection bahy-bahy; noun, adverb bahy-bahy ]SEE DEFINITION OF bye-bye
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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR BYE-BYE

He liked better to be among the big people on the Bye-bye Meadow.

Then she went on, saying: "Well, bye-bye until next Sunday!"

The field guns had gone to bye-bye, the Heavies had gone elsewhere.

More than once she had left him with a laconic "Bye-bye," and he had spent a miserable evening before an unsympathetic fire.

Prompted by Nanna, Jack screamed out: "Bye-bye, mummy; come back happy."

As she went away she turned and threw kisses to him and he waved his hand to her and called out “bye-bye, bye-bye.”

“Bye-bye, Willie,” sang out Harvey, looking back and waving his cap derisively.

Bye-bye, Mamma, with your little cabin and your boys; some day you will have peace and plenty.

To live in the Bye-bye Meadow was sometimes a dangerous thing, for all the big people lived there.

Bye-bye, hedda ca'y dissa highrob two miles—'way down vanney, 'way up heel.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR BYE-BYE

au revoir

noungoodbye
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