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Goodspeed

[goo d-speed] /ˈgʊdˌspid/
noun
1.
Edgar Johnson, 1871–1962, U.S. Biblical scholar and translator.
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  • Gosnold, guiding the Goodspeed, is now making his last voyage, for he is to die in Virginia within the year.

  • I sent in my order for the book, to Goodspeed's, and then forgot the incident.

    Penguin Persons & Peppermints Walter Prichard Eaton
  • Of the names of the three little ships which fell down the Thames, we can be quite sure of two, the Discovery and the Goodspeed.

    The Birth of the Nation Mrs. Roger A. Pryor
  • He bade the wanderers farewell and Goodspeed with much impressiveness and sent messages of good-will to their parents.

    The Boy Settlers Noah Brooks
  • Mr. Ellis owed a number of bills, had owed them for a long time, and Mr. Goodspeed's was by no means the smallest.

    The Woman-Haters Joseph C. Lincoln
  • The speaker came to me, and then I saw that it was Lt. Goodspeed, who was acting as adjutant of the regiment.

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