[ UK /sˌa‍ɪənˈɑːɹɐ/ ]
  1. a farewell remark
    they said their good-byes
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How To Use sayonara In A Sentence

  • Saying sayonara to your moustache can do wonders for image transformation.
  • But so far she has not been tempted to cash in on her celebrity status - even though her salary is a fraction of what she could earn if she said sayonara to the shop-girl life.
  • You'll feel weak and fuzzy-headed, and you can say sayonara to continuing your spinning session - or your marathon.
  • His goal: to open up new living and working space downtown that will give current residents new options and lure suburban salarymen eager to say sayonara to long hours on the train.
  • Featuring original members, the group will be making, as the tour title suggests, its sayonara visit to Japan.
  • We never get a complete picture of Sayonara, merely a series of lively second-hand reports, which is very much the point - through these she achieves a mythical status.
  • Saying sayonara to unproductive worry means you'll be less anxious and depressed; plus you'll sleep better and may even have fewer headaches and digestive problems.
  • The occasion was to celebrate the 103rd Anniversary of Philippines Independence and to say sayonara to many of the friends they made during their two and a half years in Japan.
  • On July 6, the Finnish Ambassador and his wife hosted a reception on their home to say sayonara.
  • The evening of ‘singing and snacks’ was a sayonara for Kay.
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