goodbye[ goo d-bahy ]SEE DEFINITION OF goodbye
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The court-yard received them at last, and there he said goodbye to Little Dorrit.
Then goodbye, O, international laws, with your customs and rules.
After this visit the Czar went to say goodbye to the King at the Tuileries.
She combed his hair, said goodbye, and wiped a little drool.
Goodbye, hand, you're leaving me the way my legs did, he told it.
This he let fall noiselessly on the grass, and murmured, in a low voice, "Goodbye."
He said goodbye to Ireland in May, and made a short stay in London.
Then the door was opened, and with a cry of "Goodbye, Fyffe!"
Nita came to say goodbye, and wept unrestrainedly at the parting.
The squire had driven over, the day before he left, to say goodbye to him.