A good night it was—important little steps were taken to bring our country into the civilized world.
To everyone, I want to say to you good night, and to see you tomorrow morning bright and early.
Possibly, the race would already be called by this time of night and we could all be getting a good night sleep by now.
Their rise must cause his fall, and he is not ready, not at all ready, to go gently into that good night.
Then things got worse for Gingrich, who did not have a good night.
"We're taking you to get something to eat and where you can get a good night's sleep," Alter answered.
It was the first time in all her life that her mother had not come to kiss her good night.
Now we'll both say good night to him, Kate, and let him go to sleep.
Physician was not surprised, handed her into her carriage, and bade her good night.
Then Lyndall rose, gathered up her papers and letters, and wished Gregory good night.
An exclamation of surprise, irritation, emphasis, etc: Good night! Must you chew that gum so loud?
[1880s+; a euphemism for good God]