say farewell

  1. say good-bye or bid farewell
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How To Use say farewell In A Sentence

  • Women are different from men, but it is time to say farewell to the politics of difference.
  • We really want to attend to say farewell to a real hero, a legend. The Sun
  • She gave him five minutes to pack an overnight bag under Dexter's supervision and say farewell to his family.
  • Deal with them now and you might just say farewell for good. Times, Sunday Times
  • The family held the visitation and wake in their home in Ballincurry as hundreds of fellow students, neighbours and friends came to say farewell to the lovely young girl who was so popular.
  • An unexpected opportunity of personally investigating a highly nauseous kind of mephitic vapor drew me and Jones suddenly hither without time to say farewell or make explanations. The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 06, No. 35, September, 1860
  • The deanery will say farewell to him at a Eucharist at Holy Trinity, Skipton, next Friday, October 24.
  • For this must be a very sombre day in the nascent history of Robot Fist; we say farewell, adios and au revoir to Mr Alistair Kennedy, founding father and patriarch of this most hallowed of organs.
  • It is with a mixture of sadness and joy that I say farewell.
  • For now, simply note what you'd happily say farewell to. Times, Sunday Times
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