farewell


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Synonyms for farewell

Synonyms for farewell

a separation of two or more people

of, done, given, or said on departing

Synonyms for farewell

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A crowd of all the old and young hands on the place stood gathered around it, to bid farewell to their old associate.
We went around one evening and bade good-by to our friends, and afterward had a little farewell banquet at the hotel.
and she ran in at the seminary gate, and disappeared with a farewell wave of her hand.
In Edward's farewell there was no distinction between Elinor and me: it was the good wishes of an affectionate brother to both.
They had gone -- with the warmest testimonies of affection, with farewell embraces fervently reiterated again and again -- but without dropping one word, from first to last, of the nature of their errand.
BY the edge of the river they stopped and said farewell.
And so farewell, master, and be kind to poor Gurth and his dog Fangs; and let my cockscomb hang in the hall at Rotherwood, in memory that I flung away my life for my master, like a faithful fool.
When the spring came, and the sun warmed the earth again, the swallow said farewell to Thumbelina, who opened the hole in the roof for him which the mole had made.
Dear Fairy, the fairest flowers have cheered me with their sweet breath, fresh dew and fragrant leaves have been ever ready for me, gentle hands to tend, kindly hearts to love; and for this I can only thank you and say farewell.
This effort of Grandfather's fancy may be called the Tory's Farewell.
I write only to bid you farewell, the spell is removed; I see you as you are.
And now, Ignosi," I said, "the time has come for us to bid thee farewell, and start to see our own land once more.
said Bertrade to him as he was come to bid her farewell.
Nothing in the world is more certain than that I must say farewell to you and all of my good friends here.
Miles Mirabel preached his farewell sermon, in our temporary chapel upstairs.