"good-day, if I must—" said the agent, as he hurried to the gate.
With this parting injunction they bade him good-day and departed, each to his home.
The native gave me a good-day in Kaffir, then begged for tobacco or a handful of mealie-meal.
I went up immediately, and I said good-day to him in Castilian.
We had hardly spoken a word since Carette came down, beyond wishing her good-day, and she herself seemed in no humour for talk.
A tall man standing at the bar turned his head as I entered and said "good-day" to me.
good-day, sir, said Pilarica, who knew no reason why one should not be as polite to a goatherd as to a grandee.
We won't interrupt any longer if you will permit us to say good-day.
Who knew but that the clown, at any price he liked, would consent to go to say good-day to little Francis?
“good-day,” said the girl, looking at me for a moment, and then fixing her eyes on her book.
salutation, late 14c., short for have a good day (c.1200). Good morning is c.1400, gode morwene. Good night, also goodnight, is late 14c.; as an exclamation of surprise, from 1893.