good-bye, Brooke, and good luck in your travels; you're going to need it.
He said good-bye, and they waited a few minutes before Raymond returned.
good-bye for a few minutes, till I come down to the world and ring the kitchen door-bell.
Khodafez,” said the American, which is Persian for good-bye or, more accurately, “God be with you.
I think being a show that you get to say good-bye instead of being asked to leave is a real honor.
The girl was not permitted to bid me good-bye when they left Grass Valley.
“good-bye,” replied Alfred, as the boats pulled from the shore.
His father had given it to him in the hospital where Dickie was taken to say good-bye to him.
“good-bye, Countess,” I said; and she gave me her hand in silence.
After talking to them a little he bade them good-bye, and they rode away.
also goodbye, good bye, good-by, 1590s, from godbwye (1570s), itself a contraction of God be with ye (late 14c.), influenced by good day, good evening, etc.